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Re:  Moving the list
Henry S. Thompson wrote:
> The W3C is prepared to host xml-dev 

Thank you, Henry.  We now have three separate plausible offers to host 
xml-dev.  I will try to summarize the trade-offs for everyone by 
end-of-week.

Calm down, Len; this is purely a technology issue - nobody that I know 
has any issues with the policy or standing of Oasis; it's just that 
xml-dev is acknowledged to be a low priority for them, and problems have 
empirically not been getting fixed.  So we should say "thank you" and 
find a home that's better set up for us.
-- 
Cheers, Tim Bray
         (ongoing fragmented essay: http://www.tbray.org/ongoing/)



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