Re: Netscape Support for XSL - client vs server rant
Warren Hedley wrote: > > I, for one, will wait for a Netscape/Mozilla that provides a stable > XML/XSL client implentation and is available on all 15-odd platforms > before I even consider moving XML off the server. So it's just a matter of support. We wish it was there, but until it's widespread, we're making do. Server-based soltions are as Matt say, a stepping stone, or as I say, a compromise. > You can't seriously be sending Email at 2am on a Saturday morning? <off-topic> Well actually no. The Win98 box I'm using here seems to pick a random time every time I turn it on, usually within three days (one side oor the other) of the real time. EG, it's actually 7PM, but I guess this'll be timestamped 5:30. Plays havoc with my mail threading, but hey... This amuses me for perverse reasons of my own, so I've never tried to fix it. I was not posting at 2:00 AM on a Saturday Morning. It was actually after 3. Almost accurate that time. Strange as this may be, it was at around 4:00 AM two Thursdays ago I got a rare bit of work-related excitement bouncing the ILOVEYOU away from the university servers. Very seldom does the life of a sysadmin rise to such high drama. Maybe I was looking for a repeat of past glories. Maybe I'm just a sad bastard sometimes. </off-topic> :=====================:====================: : Dan Morrison : The Web Limited : : http://here.is/dan : http://web.co.nz : : dman@xxxxxxxx : danm@xxxxxxxxx : : 04 384 1472 : 04 495 8250 : : 025 207 1140 : : :.....................:....................: : If ignorance is bliss, why aren't more people happy? :.........................................: XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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