SAX: Status Report

Peter Murray-Rust peter at
Mon Jan 5 07:48:50 GMT 1998

Thanks *very* much indeed, David

	Personally I am very excited about the way it looks like coming together.

At 22:18 04/01/98 -0500, David Megginson wrote:
>Here is a preliminary status report on SAX, summarising both public
>and private correspondence.  This is, in fact, _very_ preliminary,
>since some potential participants read e-mail only at work, and will
>not even know about this thread until tomorrow (Monday) morning.

To re-emphasise this. Some countries have extended holidays for
GregorianYear++ and this may be their first indication that detailed
feedback on SAX is requested.  If you agree with the progress so far, but
do not need to add anything new, let DavidM know privately. Answering the
questions either publicly or privately will continue to be extremely
valuable, because on some issues there may be genuine differences of
opinion which cannot easily be reconciled. For example, we may need to
agree that SAX is not suitable for certain processes (e.g. maintaining the
master document during authoring/editing).



Peter Murray-Rust, Director Virtual School of Molecular Sciences, domestic
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