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Re: limits of the generic


Re:  limits of the generic
On Tue, 2002-10-01 at 17:19, Joe English wrote:
> 
> James Fuller wrote:
> 
> > Your best bet is to create an issues overview document which is written for
> > the 80%; better yet if written by Jeni Tennison, Michael Kay, and James
> > Clark. A shadow TAG cabinet....
> 
> Or: if those three (and maybe Uche Ogbuji and a few others)
> developed a skunkworks spec for XSLT 2, that would serve end
> users far better than the current W3C process.

Yes for sure... but hasn't James Clark stepped back from the XSL Working
Group?

Eric
> 
> I know that's asking a lot, but please consider it.
> 
> 
> --Joe English
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>   jenglish@f...
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Did you know it? Python has now a Relax NG (partial) implementation.
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