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> > Frustrated with the tantalizing
amount of TLA and FLA within the XML and
> > Web Services Acronym Soup
(XAS ;-) we started an open-source XML-based
> > project named the "XML
Acronym Demystifier" .
> > We decided to collect XML
and Web Service related acronyms and
> > abbreviations together with
their explanation and short introductory
> > texts stating that the
thing identified by the acronym is all about.
> > Additionally, every
acronym is accompanied with at least a link to more
> > information or
directly to the originating spec if possible.
> > The
project is strongly based on XML technology since the data source
holding the acronyms and their explanations is a XML file. Furthermore,
> also the search engine available at  is purely XML-based since it
> > implemented as a XSLT transformation which is parametrized by
> > supplied by the Web form.
> > All sources (the
XML source, all the transformations) are available
> > online, as well
as results suitable to be used inside the Babylon
> > translater or a
representation as Topic Map (RDF will shortly follow).
> We invite all readers of XML-DEV to use the service and also to
> contribute to the project.
> > Best regards,
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