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email@example.com (Bullard, Claude L (Len)) writes:
>Why is it a good thing if the XULies do it and
>a bad thing if MS does it? Neither invented it
>so the "copied XUL" arguments are horsefeathers.
I'm more annoyed about the copied XHTML+SVG+XForms+whatever else you'd
like to put in the stew. XUL is the least of it to me. The part that
matters is that they appear to be reinventing for the sole reason of
making it theirs, proprietary, kicking out the NIH.
The goalposts have been high before. None of that's new. All that I
see changing here is ownership.