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Re: Heterogeneous XML editing environments - how do you cope?

  • From: "Anthony B. Coates (XML-Dev)" <abcoatesecure-xmldev@y...>
  • To: "XML Developers List" <xml-dev@l...>
  • Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2007 09:44:56 +0100

Re:  Heterogeneous XML editing environments - how do you cope?
On Wed, 17 Oct 2007 23:06:38 +0100, Robert Koberg <rob@k...> wrote:

>> When you have a heterogeneous editing environment, that's because
>> different tools are better for different jobs. Certainly the vast
>> majority
> Is there a vastness here ?
>>  of XML luminaries

Oh yes, the vastness of XML luminaries is a major issue.  They keep  
growing in their vastness (a mixture of increasing wisdom and the onset of  
middle age).  They have to make the XML conference smaller each year to  
keep luminous volume under the threshold at which the whole event would  
spontaneously implode and leave nothing but a black hole.

Cheers, Tony.

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