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Re: Re: SLAIX (was: Can XLink be fixed)

Re:  Re: SLAIX (was: Can XLink be fixed)
Simon St.Laurent scripsit:

> No, John.  I want formats that are actually useful, rather than
> over-featured megaliths that address all questions by piling on
> ridiculous internal links in forms which are hideously over-complex.

Added to my .sig file.

> I think you've demonstrated that quite completely with this disgusting
> mess, and left me wondering yet again why the Infoset was even vaguely a
> good idea in the first place.

Just because I'm the editor doesn't make me an enthusiast for it, believe me.

> Fortunately, my current reading of Norm's suggestion doesn't require
> this kind of acrobatics.

No more it does.

De plichten van een docent zijn divers,         John Cowan
die van het gehoor ook.                         jcowan@r...
      --Edsger Dijkstra                         http://www.ccil.org/~cowan


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