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Re: limits of the generic

Re:  limits of the generic
At 12:42 AM 9/28/2002 -0400, John Cowan wrote:
>Simon St.Laurent scripsit:
> > Then perhaps the Joe/Jane Website argument shouldn't be used against
> > improvements to the XHTML 'standards'...
>My point exactly!  All arguments of the form "Joe/Jane Website won't
>be able to cope with (namespace prefixes | XLink semantics | whatever)"
>are ipso facto bogus.

No. If  you're assuming tool use, which you have done for Joe/Jane Website, 
the argument may go away.

However, there's substantial evidence that a large segment of Joe/Jane 
Website do NOT use tools, therefore the arguments are completely relevant.

Remember, Joe/Jane Website, even when not a tool user, does not EQ 
"Programmer/Computer Scientist". Don't force them to become one to be able 
to continue doing what they're doing.



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