Expat user group or mailing list?

Tom Otvos tomo at everyware.com
Mon Nov 23 19:27:50 GMT 1998

> Is there a user group or mailing list for expat users?  I'm running into
> issues that other people may have solved

I think that issues should be dealt with through xml-dev...I can't imagine a
more relevant forum.  I would be interested in finding out if there are
other users out there, however.  I know that I am coming across several
issues that I would not mind airing, such as:

- CDATA sections not sending the correct callback events
- getting the parser to understand high-order ascii characters

I, too, would be interested in a change history between revs.  Regarding
your distribution questions, we have not got there yet and have not
formulated a plan, so I am afraid I cannot offer any wisdom there.

Tom Otvos
Director of Research, Pervasive Software Inc.
"Try not! Do, or do not. There is no 'try'." - Yoda

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