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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Miles Sabin [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2002 2:48 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [xml-dev] fwd: metaphorical Web
> Don Box wrote,
> > 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 was said.
> > 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 verbally.
> Hmm ... so what did you _actually_ say? I'm having a hard time working
> back from what Kurt reported to anything plausible.
1) Sending/processing SOAP messages independent from transport is
interesting - and WS-Routing and WS-Security help, especially in the
face of SOAP intermediaries.
2) A lot of interesting XML apps never see XML 1.0, only infosets. This
is widespread practice for in-memory scenarios today. Whether this
practice becomes commonplace across memory/host boundaries in a
heterogeneous environment is an open question.
3) Type assignment (a la PSVI) solves some interesting problems.