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Re: use of JSON instead of XML

  • From: Peter Flynn <peter@silmaril.ie>
  • To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
  • Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2018 13:58:20 +0100

Re:  use of JSON instead of XML
On 26/06/18 13:04, Ihe Onwuka wrote:
> Because they are not just saying we want to use JSON for the stuff
> we need to do, they want everybody to use it and they implement this
> by deliberately not supporting alternative formats on the way in and
> on the way out.
Yes, imposing it on every project that passes under their bridge,
regardless of suitability, is becoming a major problem.  There is a
growing intolerance among the hardline JSON-heads that says that all
data is just going to have to be shoe-horned into JSON because that's
the way of the future, and all the other formats can just go and get lost.

I wonder where I heard that before? :-)


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