Re: Netscape Support for XSL - client vs server rant
>> I though the majority of Mozilla developers are (paid, presumably) >> Netscape/AOL employees? > > I was referring to the people who are working on the XSLT piece of > Mozilla, not one of them is getting paid for their effort. I certainly don't have any criticisms for individuals like you who put lots and time and effort, without any monetary reward, into giving Mozilla a XSLT processor. I think that wihtout folks like yourself, the XSLT community would hardly have any tools to work with at all. we owe you all big time. if anything, I would criticize the netscape *corporation* for not *hiring* somebody (or bodies) to work on giving Mozilla XSLT support, instead of just relying on generous individuals to give them stuff. But even *that* may be seen as asking too much, as XSLT is new, there aren't many developers who are very familiar with it, Netscape wants to make sure they have something very stable in their product, they are concentrating on other issues, etc. etc. so my feelings are, I would *like* to see Netscape *hire* people to work on XSLT. Imran Rashid XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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