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   Re: [xml-dev] [SUMMARY #1] Why is there little usage of XML on the'visib

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On Sat, 2006-07-22 at 10:59 -0700, juanrgonzaleza@canonicalscience.com

> GIF, JPEG... [other format] is prefered over XMLs as SVG.

What does your sentence mean?
Who prefers image formats over XML... and for what?

> Then when anyone is using GIFs, JPEGs for tasks SVG was designed is she/he
> wrong? Or maybe she/he cannot SVG.

SVG isn't a verb. 
There is no right or wrong surely?
It's a choice we make.
Right or wrong is subjective.

> >> CSS is prefered over XSLT.
> >
> > For what? It doesn't much sense to process HTML by XSLT for styling
> > purposes. So of course there are more CSS files on web then XSLT files,
> > because there is more content in HTML then in raw XML.
> Mistake CSS is prefered over XSL-FO.

Again, by whom? For what purpose?

> Whow! Then XSL-FO is not for the visible web.

No. Nor was it meant to be for (this threads definition) of the visible
PDF|ps perhaps is (same context).

Your arguments aren't making much sense Juan.


Dave Pawson
XSLT + Docbook FAQ


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