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/ "Simon St.Laurent" <simonstl@s...> was heard to say:
| Norm Walsh writes;
|> I see two central arguments in this piece:
| Did you read:
| http://bitworking.org/wellformed.html
| Or did you click through to something else?

I followed the right link.

| The writer makes clear that he doesn't want to use RDF, but apart from
| the fact that he doesn't use namespaces in his his examples, I don't
| think he makes the complaint you suggest.

I guess I made some bad inferences. I didn't say I thought the author
was complaining about anything, and I didn't think he was. XML over
the web is A Good Thing.

| Maybe Joe will have some better answers to your questions.

It's a nice piece and I didn't have any questions. Joe clarified that
the absence of namespaces was not intended to be significant.

I drew some inferences, added some of my own thoughts to the thread,
and connected it (loosely) with some other threads that are going by.
I thought I was participating in flow of information and opinion. I
didn't meant to be combatative (if I was). Maybe I'm just feeling
touchy these days. I can't imagine why :-)

                                        Be seeing you,

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XML Standards Architect | all the inspiration, all the noonday
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                        | extinction--Bertrand Russell
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