Re: (XML is SGML, part 1,002) Re: RELAX to ISO
David Megginson writes: << other than the ability to get around certain government and industry standardization policies. Is that really a negligible benefit? Without a doubt, we're going to see more government emphasis on efficiencies such as electronic funds transfers and e-commerce nets for government suppliers. Would it be unprecedented for there to be legislation and "sign up" rules that mandate standards compliance? (We already have people in the EDI community who raise objections to XML as being non-standard; i.e., not from an approved standards body.) Do we want to leave the door open for having to build two versions of applications -- one for connecting to government portals, another for non-government entities?
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