XML Website - new URL

Robin Cover robin at ACADCOMP.SIL.ORG
Thu Sep 3 17:47:35 BST 1998

The SGML/XML Web Page now has a new URL:


Readers are asked to change links and bookmarks to the new URL
- especially those links on prominent Web pages.  The Web site
hierarchy remains substantially unchanged, so a simple string
replacement of 'http://www.oasis-open.org/cover' for
'http://www.sil.org/sgml' should suffice in most cases.  The
surface text in links should be edited to remove reference
to the previous host site.

Formerly sponsored by SIL and SoftQuad Inc., this online
database for SGML/XML and related standards is now hosted
by OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured
Information Standards).  OASIS is a non-profit international
consortium dedicated to the promotion of structured information
processing standards, especially the SGML/XML family of languages,
including XLL, XSL, DSSSL, HyTime, HTML, CGM, STEP, and others.

Under OASIS sponsorship, Robin Cover's SGML/XML Web Page
will remain an industry-neutral resource.  It aims to provide a
comprehensive and cumulative online database containing reference
information and software pertaining to SGML/XML and related

Sincere gratitude is hereby expressed to the readers of the
SGML/XML Web Page for their support over the years - providing
information about updates and new resources.  Your continued
participation will be greatly appreciated.

Robin Cover                      Email: robin at acadcomp.sil.org
6634 Sarah Drive           
Dallas, TX  75236  USA          >>> The SGML/XML Web Page <<<
Tel: +1 (972) 296-1783 (h)     http://www.oasis-open.org/cover/
Tel: +1 (972) 708-7346 (w)
FAX: +1 (972) 708-7380

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