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- Subject: Re: [xml-dev] Even if you're not ... was If you're going to the W3Cmeeting in March
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- Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2005 02:44:05 +0100
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Michael Champion wrote:
> On Thu, 27 Jan 2005 14:33:19 -0500 (EST), Rich Salz <email@example.com> wrote:
>>And are interested in participating in a panel on where XML should (and
>>shouldn't) go in the future, let me know. It's for the tech plenary.
> I was going to point to the agenda at
> http://www.w3.org/2005/03/02-TechPlenAgenda.html and try to prime the
> discussion a bit by asking for responses to:
> "There are several efforts to move XML to solve new problem areas. A
> less charitable way would be to say that XML is being pulled in many
> directions. In this interactive panel we'll have several key
> participants and luminaries talked about where XML is going, where it
> should go, and perhaps where it shouldn't."
In case it can help prime the discussion more, those "new problem areas"
cover (amongst *many* other things) the fact that devices in the
laptop-to-server range are fast becoming a minority in a mobile Web
world, and therefore some of the "many directions" in which XML is being
pulled include several that at the very least mention binary XML.
Additionally, the TP takes place the day before and in the same location
as the last meeting of the XML Binary Characterization WG and so
provides the very last chance to provide feedback to that effort.