RE: The XSL-List Digest V1 #228
I would like to respond to Ed Nixon who I think is right on when he says: >On another level, it may be that those with a professional stake -- and that >seems to be a very wide spectrum of interests -- in what is happening in W3C >just want them to get on with it and get it finished...in a way that all of the >money bags consortium members find mutually agreeable. In a way that allows for >some consensus, rather than replicating or promulgating their marketing >department/MBA-style wet dreams of success. I am one of those who is using XSL for a product that I am hoping to have see the light of day as soon as possible. (That is why I do not usually post to this list). I see what W3/MS has in place as being acceptable for my product, perhaps even overkill, and am just scared that somewhere in the merger of the DOJ with anti-MS forces, XSL will become a complex battlefield instead of what really succeeds in this world: a 'good-enough', available, and high quality product. Keep it simple! just my thoughts, erik XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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