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Re: Future of XSL-FO at W3C??


Re:  Future of XSL-FO at W3C??
On Friday 18 October 2002 1:48 pm, John Cowan wrote:
> Then why not fill up the daily newspapers with "Lorem ipsum", tastefully
> presented?  Much cheaper than having to pay all those pesky journalists.
> (Hmm... perhaps that *is* what's going on.)

Indeed, you might as well. Then when it's looking right, run some real 
editorial through it - then some more, then some more, day after day, etc. As 
far as the template-driven stylesheet aware designer of the future is 
concerned, it might as well be 'Lorem ipsum' and in fact probably should be - 
properly 'tagged' up of course. :-)

-- 
Ian Tindale

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