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> > > I'm not sure why you think I'd support
> > > yet-another-reinvention.
> > Whatever. The XUL bandwagon moves on. With or
> > without you.
> Somewhere else please, I'm bored at this point and
> not the only one ...
Don't be a snob. The point of the xml-dev mailing
list is to discuss important XML issues. If you're
bored why don't you change the channel or go
snorkelling or whatever excites you.
Next time you might also point out why you're
bored. If I may quote from your advogato diary:
I somewhat dismissed quickly the existing Java
community work especially around XML. Oh well, one
cannot please everybody and as long as we won't get
IBM or Sun to release their code source for the JVM in
a decent Open Source way, Java is a dead end to me.
You also ignored the core issue. If I may repeat
Let's get back to the main topic, that is, creating
a rich internet for everyone by using XML for creating
rich UIs that go beyond XHTML 2.0 and XForms 1.0. Any
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