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Re: Call for unifying and clarifying XML 1.0, DOM, XPATH, andXML Infoset

  • From: Tim Bray <tbray@t...>
  • To: Eliot Kimber <drmacro@d...>
  • Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2000 20:45:16 -0800

Re: Call for unifying and clarifying XML 1.0
At 10:36 PM 1/30/00 -0600, Eliot Kimber wrote:

>> But at this point in history it seems obvious that of
>> the 3 models of work we have before us (ISO, IETF, W3C), none can be
>> said to have been shown to be either triumphant or bankrupt, based
>> on results.  The most likely conclusion is that they excel in different
>> problem domains.
>I want to second this 

And for those who don't know, Eliot's been way deep into two of 'em.
Anyone here been around all three? -T.

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