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RE: [xml-dev] "Introducing MicroXML, Part 1: Explore the basicprinciples of MicroXML"

> For me, if you want XML to become popular on the Web, you 
> need it to be indexed, and probably you'd want to be able 
> also to run JavaScript or something like Mike Kay's 
> client-based XSLT DOM event scripting, so would want 
> something like xml:script. So there's a whole bunch of things 
> needed, 

Yes, we do want XML to be popular on the web.  To index it, you need
to crawl it, and to crawl it you need to have links that can be recognized.

Once you've got links, you need shared semantics so that crawlers can
allow you to search by the recognized models they've found.

And, yes, we want to run Michael's XSLT over the data we can load
in via the script or link element.  Javascript is already in the browser.
XSLT 2 piggybacks on that.  That is HATEOAS.

And there are full XML parsers deployed in browsers, right?  

What am I missing?


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