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RE: Does XML-Dev matter?

RE:  Does XML-Dev matter?
At 10:02 AM 3/20/2002 +0100, Nicolas LEHUEN wrote:
>It seems that xml-dev is going through a metaphysics crisis these days...

I didn't really mean the "Does XML-Dev matter" thread to be metaphysics.

There are people who represent this list as a kind of industry consensus, 
gauging the importance of new technologies by their reception on this list. 
I like this list - and the people on this list - but I suspect we are not a 
representative cross-sample of industry. I also suspect that our many 
confident assertions about which technologies probably fall more into the 
category of coffee-break musings than prophecy.

Don't get me wrong. I like coffee-break musings. But let's not take 
ourselves too seriously here.



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