SAX RFD: ModSAX Predefined Features

David Brownell db at
Tue Mar 9 06:27:39 GMT 1999

Lars Marius Garshol wrote:
> * Bill la Forge
> | So that's why I'm butting in here. I think an open standards process
> | is important for individuals and small companies. We need to do what
> | we can to keep the ball rolling here.
> We are certainly in heartfelt agreement here. :)

Gee, as a wage-slave working for a big company, I hope that I'm
not _too_ excluded from the discussions ... :-)

Seriously:  my personal model is a lot more akin to the original
IETF style "running code and working consensus" model than most
existing standards bodies.  I'm a lot happier with standards that
come from such a process than from ones that involve fat specs
that can't be implemented.  Writing code is generally more fun
than specs -- though an elegant spec is also a work of art!

- Dave

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