On Thu, 2010-12-09 at 01:11 -0500, Liam R E Quin wrote: > I still think there's more mileage in exploring new APIs, especially for > Web browsers, and maybe event-based transformations like some of the > work done at JustSystems, than in changing the underlying syntax, today. Seconded. Trying to re-invent XML is a much larger effort, and I've yet to here a compelling business case for it. On the other hand, there's very compelling business cases being able to use XML directly in the browser, whether via APIs or via some other method. And for the record: I'm still not buying the whole "W3C/HTML WG/browser vendors won't let it happen." HTML5's existence proves those myths false. --->Ben
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