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Re: xml:namespace

Re:  xml:namespace
Arjun Ray wrote:
> Dave Pawson <dpawson@n...> wrote:
> | <grin/> AF was suggested in the corridor too... or at least AF without 
> | the baggage (needs a jargon free re-write perhaps?).
> I don't think jargon is much of a bar to grokking AFs

I disagree.  While I still dislike the AF attribute remapping syntax, I 
think there was a whole complex of great ideas lurking in there that 
failed to succeed because the language used to describe them was more or 
less completely impenetrable.  I know I pretty well completely failed to 
understand it, and only kind of got it when walked through step by step 
with lots of examples, and subsequently remained completely unable to 
follow the discussions among the cognoscenti.

Cheers, Tim Bray
         (ongoing fragmented essay: http://www.tbray.org/ongoing/)


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