XLink - where are we? [tiny amount of frustration]

Tim Bray tbray at textuality.com
Tue Nov 10 19:16:45 GMT 1998

At 06:58 PM 11/10/98, Peter Murray-Rust wrote:
>I share this sentiment in general. I think XLink is one of the most
>exciting things about the family of X*L. I think we are suffering too much
>complexity, and foozle **simply because XLink STILL isn't ready**.

The good news is that there has been, since August, an XML Linking
WG.  The bad news is that so far it hasn't done much (the old story,
resource constraints and people being real busy).  I share Peter's
opinion that XLink will be the next high-impact thing thing to come
out of the XML process, and that this should happen sooner rather 
than later. -Tim

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