RE: xml-utterly-practical (was RE: Advice: inline no
> > > Maybe the world needs an "xml-utterly-practical" list? You're hardly > > > the first person I've heard with this complaint. I doubt > I'd join it, > > > but that would probably make the utterly-practical folks > cheer anyway. > > > >Would an xml-technology specific list be any real use to anyone? > There are > >other lists for individual things like xsl, java+xml etc. I suspect a > >literal "xml-dev" would be too widely scoped. This list on the other hand > >has the groove left by those six years of posts to keep it on track... > > > > I can't honestly believe that, in lieu of just trying to 'maintain' > topicness on this list, tone things down on the politics/business > discussion a bit, and get back to the xml technical/development side > of things, the creation of *another* list is being recommended. That's the exact opposite of what I was saying, and doesn't particularly follow from Simon's points either. > Sheesh. If that doesn't highlight the problems with some of the > personalities and mindsets behind the XML front, I dunno what does > ... I've never met a bigger bunch of techno-beaureaucrats! Well, > maybe in the Tandem days ... Your technical/development point being? Cheers, Danny.
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