Re: RE: James Clark: XML versus the Web
On 01/12/2010 03:07, Kurt Cagle wrote: > XQuery (Michael Kay) A correction here - my contribution to XQuery was entirely as part of the "smoothing out" effort - my role was as bug-fixer. The original ideas can be largely attributed to Jonathan Robie, Don Chamberlin, and Dana Florescu. XQuery was very much a committee effort. The main reason it took so long was that there were too many good people with creative ideas participating in the process. That the final result had some technical coherence can be largely attributed, in my view, to the arbitration skills of Don Chamberlin, Mary Fernandez, and Paul Cotton. Michael Kay Saxonica
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