RE: Improved writing -- who's going to pay for it?
Ronald Bourret wrote: > My point is that comprehensibility is critical, and that the > lack of it > is affecting things that are critical to them, such as reader input, > implementation experience, and rapid acceptance. What I'm interested in knowing, is how sure are we that the w3c (schema and other?) specs are not comprehensible enough, and that implementation experience and rapid acceptance are being affected. Is it just a hunch we have? A general feeling among people on this list? What's the w3c's view on this? If the XML-DEV community is convinced that Ronald Bourret has a point, then shouldn't we find out how right this conviction is and decide on possible further action? Linda
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