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RE: Great piece on RSS

records for aeroplanes
 Another way to phrase Mike Champion's
>question, would you be willing to ride in an airplane that had only been
>tested in theoretical conditions? I wouldn't. I'd let someone else be the
>guinea pig. Dave

With all due respect Dave, isn't that exactly what happened with RSS 2.0? It
was released as a fait accompli (save for explanations in 2.01, or however
you put it), although the namespace angle hadn't been tested.

I know Richard Branson made the move from records to aeroplanes, can I just
suggest now that your skills are most appreciated in the software industry



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