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While I applaud the speaker's call to conciseness
as the realist property of first cause,
I oppose the nominalist Dogma of Clarity
as being insufficiently defenestrated.
We assuredly will apply the existentialist
Pragma of Implementability. If there
is no communalist consensus about that, we
will refer this to the Subcommittee on
Interoperability and Syntax and adjourn
to the podicum for scree and trumpets.
Strike 'will'; insert 'shall'.
From: Bob Foster [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> Nah. That's too geeky, too philosophical, Kurt. Do this
> democratically. Let's vote on technologies we want to remove
> from or include in Web 2.0. Since we can't vote on products
> (that's not capitalistic), let's vote on Standards.
> Anyone up for voting out XML Schema in favor of RelaxNG?
Sure. While we're up, let's use the RelaxNG specification as an exemplar
and vote out any W3 specification not as clearly written and concise.