RE: alternating tags in a list?
At 09:48 AM 12/18/98 -0500, Didier PH Martin wrote: >For W3 people: >Have you heard of Internet computing?? Have you heard recently of >e-commerce??? How can we do that without accessing databases? If at least we >have something more standard than ASP that could be easily transported on >different HTTP servers, XSL for instance (with the right tools embedded in >the language). > >Then, if people are asking for scripting features it is that XSL in its >current form do not have any mechanism to access data bases. My question is >then: How could we do that with XSL? Without a good answer to this question, >I'll say like Guy. Microsoft is a monopoly _because_ some let them be so and >it seems that W3 is among these. I know daddy government is there to resolve >the issue :-))) Does anyone know of a general W3C-issues list? Not something limited to the folks inside the W3C, but a more general place to discuss standards issues. It doesn't have to be focused on the W3C in particular, but it should at least be a place where such discussion is acceptable conversation. A place where issues like those described above can be explored in depth, and not just as they relate to a single technology. Pardon the divergence from XSL... Simon St.Laurent XML: A Primer / Cookies Sharing Bandwidth Building XML Applications (February) http://www.simonstl.com XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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