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I've been traipsing through various archives while working on an oddball
project, largely trying to figure out if anyone had taken the path I'm
trying out before. I didn't find anything, which is just fine, but over
the course of searching I found myself more and more in awe of the work
that Robin Cover's been doing for many years.
I liked it so much that I wrote a weblog entry on it:
There's lots in there about how the Cover Pages have helped us through
these dark times where all the promised auto-discovery hasn't yet come
to pass, but I think one of my favorite things about the Cover Pages is
its quiet style. To quote just a bit from the weblog:
I suspect the Cover Pages deserves lots of credit for connecting people
and programs at many levels on a regular basis for nearly eight years.
In PR-speak, that might result in triumphal press releases about
"enabling [millions | billions] of [dollars | euros] of [enterprise
integration | document management | hacker twiddling] with XML and Web
Services." The Cover Pages prefers to describe itself as an "Online
resource for markup language technologies" - no small achievement.
I think Robin gets periodic thank-yous for his work, but I think a few
extras are (always) in order.
Ring around the content, a pocket full of brackets
Errors, errors, all fall down!
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