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   RE: [xml-dev] Re: Why is there little usage of XML on the 'visible Web'?

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There's still something missing: objectives. It assumes you know what I am trying to achieve.
In that light #14 is nonsense. A web service that provides information about new car models to motor dealers before the information becomes available to the public might be very useful and beneficial; or at any rate, it might be what I want to create. 
Michael Kay

From: Costello, Roger L. [mailto:costello@mitre.org]
Sent: 21 July 2006 15:17
To: XML Developers List
Subject: [xml-dev] Re: Why is there little usage of XML on the 'visible Web'?

Hi Folks,

Many thanks for the excellent comments.

I have revised several assertions in light of your comments.  I invite your critique of these new assertions.


The more an information resource becomes available (in an appropriate way) on the visible Web, the more potentially useful/beneficial it becomes to the Web community. 


Web services are part of the hidden Web, and are useful/beneficial only to the extent they are able to provide information in an appropriate fashion to the visible Web


Focus your main efforts on making information available on the visible Web in an appropriate fashion such that the benefits of doing so are maximized, and without introducing a detrimental impact.



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