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Re: [xml-dev] Parsing XML with anything but

Apparently some browsers show:


With a big black bar across the initial post.

I've changed the link in the article to:


Which shows the text more clearly.

Hopefully that will reduce accusations of sociopathy. Thanks to the folks who pointed out the archive oddity.


On 12/12/13 6:21 PM, Simon St.Laurent wrote:
On 12/12/13 5:49 PM, Ihe Onwuka wrote:
Then what was it doing appearing in the original article you wrote - you
know the bit where you said you were and I quote

"using part of this conversation as an example of the problems this

Editing it out and feigning wide eyed innocence merely affirms the
sociopathic reference.
I'm sorry, but this is bizarre.   The only thing in the article that's
changed since publication is the paragraph about my father's use of
spreadsheets, where he requested some edits.

The piece that references this list is this:

"Then, I returned to my usual technology programming, and crashed into a
story about the perils of “not an A-grade software developer… haven’t
completed a formal Software Engineering or Computer Science degree. You
have meddled with computers enough to be dangerous…” (It’s far from
unique - just a good example I happen to have close at hand.)"

The link on "a story about the perils" points to - and has pointed to
since the initial writing:


Which is Gareth's post, not yours.  He included your comments, but I
though it was somewhere beyond obvious that I was quoting him.  That
phrase doesn't appear anywhere in what you wrote.

So please lay off the "sociopath" comments.  Nothing has been edited.

(Gareth is welcome to be annoyed, of course.)


Simon St.Laurent

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