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Re: [xml-dev] Webelo 2.0: The Mythed and Mythstery (WAS RE: [xml-dev] YouTube videos re: documents and XML)

On 2/20/07, Len Bullard <cbullard@hiwaay.net> wrote:
> TEI says:
> A different model is at work here, and not one which fits the HTML-spawned
> page metaphor without a force-fit.   The page metaphor was already archaic
> and web 2.0 heartily demonstrates that it is running out of steam as a force
> for innovation.  In fact, web 2.0 as the interactive web is just a repeat of
> everything we have seen since the days of Englebart and Sutherland, just
> slower and harder to build.

The Patch 2.0 has been applied, and the web has been upgraded.

"Web 2.0" patchnotes:

  - Web not flexible enough. Webpages become obsolete and take time
and money to update. Wiki software and forums are useful to fix that.
  - Not enough form widgets.  Javascript able for textbox for SSN
numbers, credit cards numbers, textbox for emails, etc.
  - Bad search options. Google and the tags systems are usefull to fix that
  - Brain dead interactivity of CGI apps. Web apps used to test empty
input forms on the server, and return with a red message "You have to
fill all textbox, dude!". That is horrible annoying. Ajax fix that
(but use CGI internally, in a invisible way).
  - Boring, repetitive webpages. CSS fix that.

Know bugs: this web patch is know to add a few problems:
 - Usability lost
  - Slower webpages/CPU consuming webpages
  - It need 7 techs to do a single thing (html, js, css, http,
json/xml, php, sql).
 - Etc

Please wait while the real Web 2.0 is released by WC3.  The marketed
as "Web 2.0" was a patch from 3th party people  :DDD

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