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Re: New Generation Browsers (Was: XDocs and XForms?)

xdocs generation
I can't resist: I'm hoping mozilla (http://www.mozilla.org/) will resurrect the
browser: http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/mozilla/index.html?CMP=IL7015 - "let a
thousand browsers bloom". All with the aid of XUL - a synthesis of HTML + XML +
CSS + RDF and a sprinking of DTDs. I suspect no serious developer would be
caught dead using it...but maybe this semi-illicitness is it's lure...

Maybe the re-write was worth it?

At 17/10/2002 15:42:47, Paul Prescod <paul@p...> wrote:
#  AndrewWatt2000@a... wrote:
#  > ...
#  > Ironically, by making HTML browsers free Microsoft killed browser
#  > for a significant period.
#  Netscape sent browser innovation into a coma by deciding to rewrite from
#  scratch. Microsoft can no more kill browser innovation then they can all
#  operating system innovation or web server innovation. Only the people
#  developing browsers can decide to slow their pace of innovation.
#  > ... In fact, with Microsoft's revenue situation it may
#  > already be stifling innovation at MS too.
#  Microsoft has a "revenue situation"?
#  http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=microsoft+revenue
#  Microsoft is doing great. Most companies would kill for tis "revenue
#  situation". Open source is a strategic threat but has had no real effect
#  on revenue.
#  I think that they are reporting their numbers today so perhaps I will
#  look foolish by the end of the day but right now I have no idea what you
#  are talking about.
#  > The lead weight of existing HTML pages provides an inertia to innovation
#  > wasn't present, say, 10 years ago.
#  The availability of HTML tools and techniques provides a *platform* for
#  innovation.
#    Paul Prescod
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