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On Friday 28 January 2005 06:56, Kurt Cagle wrote:
> Interesting conversation going on here. My experience with XML has
> generally been just about the opposite of David's.
> Much of XML is disappearing into infrastructure, so that you're more
> likely to work with it indirectly instead of directly unless you are a
> real XML-zealot. Beyond the aforementioned web services, I find that
> XML is making its way into application frameworks, publishing  has
> largely completed the first wave of migration to XML and is undergoing
> a second

From curiosity: what is the second wave the XML-publishing community is going 

> XML is found handling graphics in Linux (KDE 3.4 will be
> largely SVG based)

(I would be more conservative; the SVG support is a sub-set of the 
specification, only used for desktop-backgrounds, from what I know.)




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