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RE:  Tim Bray on "Which Technologies Matter?"
Are there any new SGMLers?

As XML gets more features via the application language 
framework and becomes more complex as a system, the 
same mindset that pervaded C++ will take hold.  Then 

A long time ago on this list, I said, it's all just 
markup technologies.  The MLisms barely matter now 
except to assert which group of people control the texts of 
the specifications.

XML is as much about power as technology.  Don't take 
that as a derogatory statement.  It is real.


-----Original Message-----
From: Elliotte Rusty Harold [mailto:elharo@m...]

Perhaps some of the old SGMLers who predate XML have a different 
perspective. Are you seeing any new SGML projects these days?


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