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RE: [xml-dev] Article on nytimes.com about Microsoft

Meanwhile, one of the cases (compression of 3D Graphics) is supported in a
standard format.

Information technology—Computer graphics, image processing and environmental
data representation—Extensible 3D (X3D) encodings—Part 3: Compressed binary
encoding advances status to International Standard."  www.web3d.org

One would expect similar work for the cases where compression has local
benefits but the requirements are specific and the schema is also under
international standards management.


From: Michael Champion [mailto:mc@xegesis.org] 

- If a W3C Recommendation emerges and/or  there is customer demand (or,
ahem, de jure government demand) to support interoperability on the basis of
EXI (or ITU FastInfoset, an existing binary XML standard), we'd be able to
support it in the .NET architecture.  We haven't yet seen that demand, and
the other major platform vendors don't seem to be any more excited about
meeting that hypothetical demand than we are.

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