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Re: xslt on server-side vs. client-side

Subject: Re: xslt on server-side vs. client-side
From: "cutlass" <cutlass@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2001 14:21:42 -0000
marketing server client list
huh ??????

lifecycles are becoming fragmented, though this is a favorable marketing
condition, not a good condition for creating stable software; versioning
doesnt mean anything ( build number is more important ) any more as the lag
between release and recieving feedback ( and subsequent patch ) on that
release grows smaller and smaller.

5 years, those days are long gone...... or never were ? computing has only
been around usefully for about 50-60 years or so; which means 5 years is
approx 10% of the the entire lifetime of computing.....

18 mths is my timeline to stability with a heavy dose of risk analysis.

cheers, jim fuller

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff Kenton" <jkenton@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

> ..
> .. IE6 hasn't been out long and netscape 6.1 even less (and to be honest
> .. xslt in NS 6.x isn't really stable enough to be used yet, although it's
> .. getting better all the time)
> ..
> In my experience, you have to be at least 5 years *BEHIND* the leading
> if you expect to support more than 50% of the public.
> --jeff
>  XSL-List info and archive:  http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list

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