who's on the XML WG?
cbullard at hiwaay.net
Thu Mar 18 02:06:20 GMT 1999
David Megginson wrote:
> len bullard writes:
> > Wow! I can just see all of those journalists, wannabes and industry
> > spies camping outside David Megginson's door. Almost like being a
> > rock star without the sex.
> Without the drugs, too (I can barely handle children's chewable
Sex kills and drugs get you busted; might as well pick up the axe and
> Actually, Infoset isn't controversial enough that anyone cares to do
> more than ask for the occasional courtesy quote ("Oh yes, and what
> does Infoset do again?"),
weird. it is the one wg i am hoping does a righteous job. i can
ignore many of the others because hey, object.navigate URL usually
works in my world, but when you have to ask a table to tell you what a
node is named so you can get the name of the named node, then darn, a
standard that names the names is really useful.
> but some chairs of more visible WGs do get
> hounded unbelievably by both the press and the big industry players.
To quote my favorite rock star, "the hounds of love are hunting. I've
always been a coward."
> RFC: New mailing list, XML-Group-Therapy.
this list works fine. all the groupies are here.
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