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Re: XML-dev futures discussion

Re:  XML-dev futures discussion
At 11:16 16/03/2003 -0500, Simon St.Laurent wrote:
>wkearney@i... (Bill Kearney) writes:
> >> Either of these would be reliable. In either case, I think we should
> >> appoint three chairs to run the list.
> >
> >Oh great, what's next, Robert's Rules of Order?
>Unless things have changed, OASIS runs itself under Robert's Rules:
>So you might not be too far off. ;-)

+1 on the idea of having a 'council of elders' approach to speak for
xml-dev'ers, as was the case until recently.

If they spoke for a majority, then perhaps they could resolve such issues
as the present one of hosting.

I do like the idea of an xml-dev wiki or some such, to minimise the 
recurrent themes
by providing a webpage.

Just a two Euro's worth.



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