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re: XML SIG 17 September: Elliotte Rusty Harold on What's Wrong with XM

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  • Subject: re: XML SIG 17 September: Elliotte Rusty Harold on What's Wrong with XML APIs (and How to Fix Them)
  • From: Sean McGrath <sean.mcgrath@p...>
  • Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 09:46:49 +0100
  • In-reply-to: <1031849217.17838.ezmlm@l...>

what s wrong with xm
[W. E. Perry]

 >> Elliotte Rusty Harold has spent the last year exhaustively documenting
 >> the existing APIs, and this convinced him that better APIs are
 >> desperately needed.

[Martin Klang]
 >or maybe in many cases you could do away with the API's altogether?

Yes. There is, it seems to me, as potent a bifurcation between API-centric
XML and notation-centric XML as there is between data heads
and doc heads. There two are related, perhaps two sides of the same coin, I 
really have a handle on it but this article 
gives a flavour of the itch I'm trying to scratch.



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