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Re: [xml-dev] XML support in browsers?

Michael Kay wrote:
>>   if you want a reasonable guideline, I'd point to the set of 
>> technologies   on which the Web Standards Project focuses:
>> http://www.webstandards.org/about/mission/
>> That's typically HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and the DOM. 
> But if the "Web community" is defined by the techologies it uses, then it's
> not surprising to find that the community uses a particular set of
> technologies.

You asked for guidance, seeming interested in what these strange 
seemingly exclusionary people might have in common. When presented with 
a summary created by a diverse community deciding what its center might 
be, you dismiss it as a mere list of technologies.

Might I suggest you spend more time at Web-centered conferences, on 
mailing lists, and such?  They're not hard to find.

Simon St.Laurent

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