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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Henrik Frystyk Nielsen [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 16, 2002 4:02 PM
> To: Uche Ogbuji; Miles Sabin
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: RE: [xml-dev] fwd: metaphorical Web
> >> Not that I'd dream of underestimating MS or IBM, but this is an
> >> exercise
> >> in pure fantasy, as a comparison with the glacial pace of the
> >> less radical IPv6 deployment should make blindingly obvious.
> >> Is this wild over enthusiasm, wild over optimism or simply
> >> desparation?
> >D. All of the above.
> What about E. "None of the above" or is it already time for an April
> IETF ID?
Or of course the ever popular F. "Don didn't actually say all that" -
the piece was not a literal (or even close to literal) transcript of the
talk; rather, it was one person's interpretation and analysis of what
That stated, I hold myself responsible and not Kurt. I've always
considered myself a fairly competent communicator, but Kurt's blog made
me question my abilities to accurately convey my ideas and beliefs
> The goal of WS-Routing is much more modest: it simply tries to enable
> sending SOAP messages around in a way that is compatible with the SOAP
> message path model.
You mean it's not our way to collect 1/10th of a cent on every packet
that flows over the Internet? Damn! :-) :-)