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   Re: [xml-dev] XML, routing

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Simon St.Laurent wrote,
> I don't think that there's much present danger of any form of XML
> routing driving down to the IP packet level.  (There is a long-term
> danger of having developers becoming so disconnected from that level
> that they find themselves relying on other tools.)

Actually I think that for many of developers that disconnect exists and 
is longstanding.

But I don't think it has any bearing on the viability of pushing XML 
down the stack in the way Kurt's report seemed to be suggesting 
(whether or not that was what Don _meant_ to say). There's too much 
exisiting infrastructure for that to be viable outside of relatively 
closed environments.

Like I said: look at IPv6, or look at multicast.



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      • From: "Simon St.Laurent" <simonstl@simonstl.com>


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