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On Tuesday 25 February 2003 17:22, bryan wrote:
> Given that people recognize that there are these things called
> permathreads how will we go about ordering them? It seems to me that
> xml-dev should be the one list where it would be possible to abstract up
> to the next level and provide some tools/possibilities for permathread
I'm making a list:
...where I put my interpretation of the for and against points, and links to
The xml-bin permathread is currently biased towards my standpoint because I
think I've refuted the points; if somebody makes a detailed refutation of my
points that isn't just down to misunderstanding or the old "IF IT'S NOT WHAT
XML 1.0 STATES IT'S NOT XML SO SHUT UP THERE CAN BE NO MORE INNOVATION"
argument, then I'll put those up too.
Ideally, that page should short out all the factual debates, leaving just
open-ended statements about unknown or undecidable things.
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