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Re: [xml-dev] Fixing what's broke

Original Message From: "Max Toro"
>> I've put in a number of posts what I think the benefits of the change 
>> are. I
>> also think that in a mobile and wireless world, especially where we have
>> small intelligent devices like body area networks, zigbee and, in the
>> future, corn flake packets telling us when they're empty that we can't 
>> just
>> assume that memory is free, and bandwidth unlimited.
>> What do you see as the benefits of always insisting that everyone does
>> <trajectory:initialVelocityVarianceCoefficient>1</trajectory:initialVelocityVarianceCoefficient>?
> application/x-www-form-urlencoded and JSON are more condensed
> representations, if that's what you are looking for.
> If you change XML to fit every possible use case it's going to make it 
> worse.

Worse in what way?

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