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Re: [xml-dev] [OT] Re: [xml-dev] Lessons learned from the XML experiment

On 11/16/13 9:40 AM, David Sheets wrote:
This does seem to be Uche's original problem. Blaming a type system
for a silly serialization doesn't actually have any standing.
Thinking of it as "serialization" is at the heart of the conversational disaster. If you figure out why, then maybe this conversation can continue more fruitfully.


Apparently I have nothing to teach you.
When you refuse to elucidate the very subtle point you are trying to
make, it is very difficult for people to learn from you.
You seem to expect enlightenment to arrive on your terms and in your language. In my experience, there is no subtlety to these distinctions at all. You keep insisting on blurring terms ("nearly zero distinction"), which makes it pretty much impossible to explain what's happening.

You also seem to want answers where there are none.

Farewell and good luck.
Thanks! I'm quite happy with my present strategy.

Simon St.Laurent

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