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   RE: [xml-dev] Pure syntax vs the Infoset permathread (was Re: [xml-dev]

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Actually, no.  What you have is standards as costumes for 
implementations.  The biggest vendor and the vendors 
that vendor allies with wins the prize for best costume 
at the ball.  Sort of a Vincent Price moment for root farmers.

Where is my turtle costume, Ma?


From: Robin Berjon [mailto:robin.berjon@expway.fr]

> Can the XML world agree on one and only one conception of the Infoset?  
> Interesting question.  Probably "no" if everybody gets a vote and a 
> veto. Probabably "yes" in the sense that once one takes root and the 
> dust settles, the benefits of standardization will outweigh the costs of 
> losing things like one's preferred view of where the namespace 
> information is attached to the Infoset.

Hear, hear!


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