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   RE: [xml-dev] Managing Innovation

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The beauty in what Roger does is that he asks questions 
here on XML-Dev, steers the debate, synthesizes, feeds it back to us 
for modifications, then credits the contributors. 
It has become like SAX, one of the contributions 
that XML-Dev can take a measure of pride in because 
even where individuals may differ on particulars, 
it is an excellent synthesis of our common practice 
and knowledge in an easy to read, easy to understand 
form.  So even where people shy away from this list  
for various reasons, they can still gain the advantage 
of what is offered collectively.  It is an exquisite 
example of directed collaboration.

Something else from HBS on the topic of motivation:



-----Original Message-----
From: David Megginson [mailto:dmeggin@attglobal.net]

Bullard, Claude L (Len) writes:

 > The points made about the XML specification needing changes 
 > are quite useful.  Hopefully, the Core XML WG is paying 
 > attention.  We've gotten away with it but we know it has 
 > to change.  What would you say is the best way to get 
 > started on that?  One might be to get Roger Costello 
 > to add a section to his best practices page.  It doesn't 
 > fix the code but it will increase awareness.

I'm not familiar with Roger's page, but I'd love to take a look.  I'll
ask Google where it is.



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