Re: SAX (Introduction, Recomandations, Future...)
> Despite its success so far, the process you've got now for SAX is > not democratic. It puts all decision-making authority in the > hands of a single person. The fact that the person in question > happens to be above reproach does not change the fact that this is > a benevolent dictatorship. I don't buy the benevolent dictator > model of standards development no matter how highly I regard the > dictator of the moment. Even if the process is not democratic at the moment, there are democratic alternatives to the $$$ democracy option. For example, the XML-DEV members could elect a "moderator" taking over David's role (probably David himself...). Democracy does not exclude delegation of final decisions to an appropiate person. Best regards Stefan Haustein -- SAX-based access to WBXML and WML: http://www.trantor.de/wbxml XML pull parser: http://www.trantor.de/xml
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