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Again Gerald Bauer,
Which part of my message is smear? I said:
"It uses the absurd notion that any ui markup in xml is called XUL."
If I may quote your definition, "XUL (XML UI Language)". It looks even
simpler than my "oversimplification".
We XUL developers are having a hard enough time already explaining to people
what XUL is, the last thing we need is someone coming out and spreading more
I am not against XUL outside of Mozilla at all. I would love to see many
of XUL. But they have to be XUL. Just pick whatever you feel convenient
("some mozilla goodies")
doesn't cut it. Can you pick some "java goodies" and implement a jvm that
does not run java as
understood by most people? You need to understand what standard means what
can do to a technology.
If you have go around every xml related list to spread confusion about XUL,
count on clarifications following every one of your messages.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gerald Bauer" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, June 07, 2003 5:14 PM
Subject: Re: [xml-dev] ANN: XUL Alliance Goes Live - New XML UI Standards
> Hi George Cao,
> Again I'm not sure why you want to start a smear
> campaign with your oversimplifications about the XUL
> (XML UI Language) usage. If I may quote:
> > It uses the absurd notion that any ui markup in xml
> > is called XUL.
> Using a hotmail account, that is,
> email@example.com, hardly helps to underscore
> your point.
> The future of the web is at stake and all you're
> concerned about is the hairsplitting over the XUL
> acronym. Face it, XUL has outgrown Mozilla.
> - Gerald
> PS: George, the next time please read the full story
> before shooting of your boilerplate tirades. If I may
> quote from my last mail:
> The XUL alliance site kick-off spawned some "flame
> wars" about the question "What is XUL (XML UI
> If you're interested in hairsplitting, you might
> wonna read up on the discussion in the MozillaZine @
> or in the xul-talk mailinglist @
> If you feel you got left out in the XUL naming
> debate, please post your opinion to the xul-talk
> mailinglist and don't kill off a discussion about rich
> UIs in XML before it got started.
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