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Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> Looks like another giant may snub XForms. Y'all
> going after Adobe too?
It's always hard to tell with Adobe, but I wouldn't be surprised if they
supported XForms (at least basic) soon. In fact, I might be surprised if
> Also an article with a lot of historical revisionism.
> It would be fascinating to see a press article where
> a major company says, "yeah, we got it all wrong
> to begin with". Adobe definitely wasn't positioning
> PDF as a forms system eight years ago or adopting
> markup when they were in the Beltway making presentations
> at NIST trying to show why markup was the wrong approach
> for document systems.
I don't think they're positionning PDF as /only/ a forms thing, just
selling the fact that it's there and useful. Acrobat has had some forms
stuff for quite a while, I remember using their FDF vocabulary a few
Robin Berjon <email@example.com>
Research Engineer, Expway
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