Re: XML doesn't deserve its "X".
Simon St.Laurent wrote: > > I think it was David Megginson who suggested that XML should get smaller > with each iteration. I think there's hope for that eventually, but it > isn't the trend now. Tim Bray's skunkworks proposal > (http://www.textuality.com/xml/xmlSW.html) offers some hope, but I'm not > sure it would so good after a few committees. > Nice link! Print and bind a few dozen copies and I'll give it out to everyone I work with... One nitpick - although xml-dev has taught me that ASCII is by definition 7-bit, it might be safer for those strangely unwarped people who do not frequent this list if http://www.textuality.com/xml/xmlSW.html#charencoding used some phrase like "Note that since the seven bit encoding known as ASCII is a subset of UTF-8, ordinary ASCII XML documents do not strictly need an encoding declaration." Francis.
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