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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bullard, Claude L (Len) [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Friday, April 08, 2005 16:42
> To: 'Alessandro Triglia'; 'Elliotte Rusty Harold'
> Cc: 'xml-dev'
> Subject: RE: [xml-dev] The Rising Sun: How XML Binary
> Restored the Fortune s of Innovators
> I don't think view source is the whole issue, but it is a
> significant one to
> large and equally important community: authors/programmers.
That does not answer my question.
My question was whether the "view source" requirement would be satisfied if
Fast Infoset viewers became ubiquitous.
If some author/programmer is currently using the MS XML 1.0 viewer built
into IE as their "source viewer" (as opposed to using Notepad), what
difference would it make to him if he had to use a FI viewer instead of the
MS XML 1.0 viewer?
(I know one of the possible answers - If the document is broken, the guy
will have to use Notepad! This is not an answer that would satisfy me,
> As I was pointing out to someone privately, the application
> matters. A
> 30% speedup for an HTML file is trivial. For a real-time
> animated graphic,
> it is huge. For an impoverished device (not many resources),
> it can also
> be huge because in both cases, these are domains that have
> For example, the difference between 10fps and 15fps is a
> tipping point
> when doing real time 3D rendering. It is the cross-over from a slide
> show to animation motion. Between 20 and 30, it is the jump
> from jerky
> animation to smooth realistic motion.
> From: Alessandro Triglia [mailto:email@example.com]
> Is this whole issue just a matter of widespread availability
> of viewers?
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