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Eric van der Vlist wrote:
> > They would have to say that they were
> > inventing a remote gui language or a remote multimedia language or a
> > ... something exciting.
> Isn't it the case and/or purpose of their new XML office format
> combined with XDocs and the other pieces of the puzzle which is being
> gradually exposed these days?
But what does that have to do with XHTML 2.0? If we were arguing about
"What is XForms for?" then "competition with XDocs" might be part of the
answer. But XHTML does compete with XDocs nor with the office file
> A clean XML format for office documents could be displayed in any XML
> browser with a simple CSS and/or XSLT stylesheet and the border between
> these domains is becoming fuzzier everyday...
True enough. I'm starting to wonder about the pile-up of standards
around editable, flowable documents.
* there is XHTML
* there is XSL-FO
* there is a new Open Office project which will surely define a new
word processor format
* SVG now has textflow features
The XHTML working group _could_ take it upon themselves to attack this