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On Thu, 2 Dec 2004 23:09:51 -0000, Michael Kay
> > At some point in time the same could be said for each of C#/Java/etc.
> > However, even if XSLT never becomes a mainstream language that says
> > far more about the majority of developers than it does about the
> > tools....
> My definition of a mainstream language is that Computer Weekly has job ads
> asking for people with three years' experience. XSLT passes that test with
> no trouble.
Sounds reasonable, in particular as someone who can count XSLT
experience since pre v1.0 days. However, I'd still have to wonder if
such adds constitute any significant percentage of the openings? I'd
infer as much from your posting...