Re: MicroASCII proposal
On 1/13/11 8:37 AM, Stephen Green wrote: > Is this "reductio ad absurdum" spoken in jest on MicroXPath, etc? Rick wasn't fond of simplification in 1999 either, so I'd guess yes. > I guess the Micro-ing of almost everything 'XML' and beyond does > make some sense for people implementing MicroXML wish to > know what else they can implement as part of a related micro-culture > more easily than if they had implemented full XML. Can they chop > out implementation requirements in XSD/validation, XPath, XSLT, > etc? I would think such people would already have a full > implementation of ASCII before they started. Yes - the comparison doesn't really work. We could, of course, express all communications in binary. That would be nicely minimal. 11101010101101010110011011010110. -- Simon St.Laurent http://simonstl.com/
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