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email@example.com (Mike Champion) writes:
>The world being as it is, I suspect that whatever we "decide" here,
>the data-oriented applications of XML will drive the evolution of a
>new species of markup metalanguage that is more optimized to data,
>e.g. a more programming-like syntax, adding terseness and rapid
>parsability as design goals, and making it easier to compose multipe
>documents into a single legal document, etc.
So how do we encourage these things to happen? Send checks to the WS-I?
(Somehow I suspect that the WS-I will at least have the courtesy to
change the acronym...)
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