Lists Home |
Date Index |
On Apr 9, 2004, at 12:04 PM, Stephen E. Beller wrote:
> Michael - Please explain what you mean by "formats that ... still
> parse into
> the XML Infoset."
Well, "can be parsed" would be more grammatical. An obvious example is
> And, is this one kind of optimization people are requesting: A format
> optimized for human readability, rapid delivery, minimal storage and
> efficient rendering of large data sets?
Other people request the "optimization" of a cake that can be had and
eaten too, investments that are both safe and have a high return, or
algorithms that are both fast and require no data structure overhead
:-) I think Robin explained this well -- different stakeholders in
the new W3C WG have different things they need to optimize, and it's
not clear what is possible or desirable.