Re: CSS and XSL
Paul Prescod wrote: [extensive questions, plus an odd admission that he 'tortures puppies'] Thanks, Paul. Question every statement I make, rather than accepting anything I say at face value. Pull this stunt on a CSS-focused list, and I'm sure you'll get plenty of answers. I've seen the semi-Socratic method of bombing people with questions before. While it's a tactic that's very good at making your opponents go to a lot of effort to develop comprehensive answers that you plan you discard anyway, it's not very useful at advancing discussions. I've never been fond of debate, and I don't think the tactics that are useful for winning a debate are especially useful for generating consensus. As it is, if these issues comes up on a CSS-list or an SVG-list, I'll be happy to discuss these issues in depth, and I presume others will as well. However, I think we've worn out our welcome here. By the way, did anyone read the 'worse-is-better' article? (It's at http://www.naggum.no/worse-is-better.html.) It sums up a lot of the problems we've been talking about here quite nicely, though as an upstate New Yorker I'm not completely fond of identifying myself as a New Jersey sympathizer. Simon St.Laurent XML: A Primer / Building XML Applications (April) Sharing Bandwidth / Cookies http://www.simonstl.com XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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