XML for forms

Don Park donpark at quake.net
Mon Jul 5 07:18:46 BST 1999

> I haven't detected any real overwhelming momentum at W3C to launch
> an ambitious e-forms standardization project, although I seem to
> recall that some WG or other has the mandate to enrich & extend
> HTML forms... -T.

Perhaps the three groups (XFA, XFDL, and HTML forms) should get together
outside W3C to create an XHTML module for rich form support.  It is my
opinion that there is no clear winner in this area and there are many other
e-form companies preparing to jump in.  Either that or another round of
catfight is needed to clear up the air.


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