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Re: Never mind the browser, let's do MicroXML

  • From: Andrew Welch <andrew.j.welch@gmail.com>
  • To: Rob Koberg <rob@koberg.com>
  • Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2010 10:01:35 +0000

Re:  Never mind the browser
> How about this: Who is asking for a new a version of XML? (is it only people
> on this list?) Or is the goal to make it more relevant regardless if anyone
> is asking?

There are 2 threads:

- an ultra-simple version/profile/subset to make XML easier to
generate and work with for the masses

- XML 2.0

They could ultimately be the same thing, or the latter could distract
from the former...

Who's asking? I stumbled across this from Henri:


That highlights the problem the masses face - 19 steps to avoid being a bozo.

Even after following that guide, what do you do - use SAX like events
to generate the XML?

The masses really need to be able to create XML by concatenating strings.

Andrew Welch

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