Re: participating communities (was XML Blueberry)
On Wed, 11 Jul 2001, David Carlisle wrote: > [...] but the real cost is the lost time > and confusion caused when newly created conforming blueberry files get > distributed to the millions of installed systems and die with fatal non > well formed errors, without any helpful warning to the end user that an > update to the system would fix the problem. Much the same as when Word 2000 users suddenly started sending attachments to Word 95/98 users. Why would there not be any helpful warning message? "The file you have opened contains character "foo" in the [something useful about location] which is not a valid character. Please contact the owner or author" Gosh, you mean people are implementing systems without adequate error messages? ///Peter
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