Re: XSL intent survey
Ed Nixon <ed.nixon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: >XSL, we can only hope will be able to survive the storms and stresses of the >development process with a similar, if somewhat less comprehensive, set of >cleanly integrated but differentiated features. With all due respect for >surveys and questionnaires, it's not clear to me what the purpose or benefit >will be other than to add more complications to what must be already a highly >complicated, read: politicized, process. I'd feel much most positive about r >esponding to something even semi-official from the Working Group. It's high >time for a new draft, note, or whatever. Does this mean I can add you with a "yes" answer for question #1 - "The W3 organization should address the issue" ? :-) Oren. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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