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RE: A multi-step approach on defining object-oriented nature o


RE:  A multi-step approach on defining object-oriented nature o
That's nuts.  No sane vendor requires their production users 
to read specifications to figure out why the vendors' products 
don't work right, and no experienced manager blames the 
specifications.  They accept the responsibility to fix the 
problem.

Get this through your head:  <strong>They Blame Microsoft.</strong>  
It is YOUR problem.

len

-----Original Message-----
From: Dare Obasanjo [mailto:dareo@m...]

The target audience of the infoset REC was authors of specifications and
the readers of said specs and not end users. I quote from the
introduction 

"This specification defines an abstract data set called the XML
Information Set (Infoset). Its purpose is to provide a consistent set of
definitions for use in other specifications that need to refer to the
information in a well-formed XML document [XML]. " 

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