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Re: [xml-dev] Where is XML going

* Henri Sivonen wrote:
>How do you define "open platform"? You can run any JavaScript program in
>browsers without App Store -like restrictions, so the browser platform
>is an open platform in the sense Windows is one. There are two Open
>Source browser engine implementations, so the browser platform is an
>open platform in the sense Linux is one. The relevant specs are defined
>in public. (Contrast this with XSLT WG which was the only group at TPAC
>marked confidential *and* marked as not accepting observers.
>http://www.w3.org/2010/11/TPAC/Schedule )

I am trying, but I am having a little bit of trouble there. Perhaps you
could walk us through an example? Say, contrast the development of XSLT
throughout history with the development of, say, WebM and WebGL, showing
how WebM and WebGL are "open" while XSLT is not?
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