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Although I look forward to any BBQ, I think there are some issues about
which genuine agreement is unlikely even with smart people and the best
of intentions. Often those issues are political, but I think Namespaces
in XML rises to that level quite nicely.
(Fortunately for people the world over, few people find namespace issues
that compelling until they get a good distance into them.)
James Fuller writes:
> I propose a large simultaneous BBQ, one held in London and one
> somewhere in the states. Each continent hashes out their top
> fix/proposals to this and related issues and signs a declaration of
> support, and then we nominate a leader to each group to argue the
> point and get these 2 individuals in a room to negotiate on behalf of
> each group, with a requirement that resolution must occur within 24
> hours, or we blame them personally.
> I have yet to see a BBQ fail in matters such as this.
Ring around the content, a pocket full of brackets
Errors, errors, all fall down!