SML answers for SML problems

Don Park donpark at
Fri Nov 12 23:57:19 GMT 1999

>Funnily enough, if you go back 3 years, and substitute "SGML" for 
>"XML" and "XML" for "SML", you get the discussions many of us 
>were having about why XML was an advantage over SGML... 
>mostly, that XML was what most people thought SGML was, or 
>should have been.
>So SML is 20% of 20% of SGML? Hmmm, does 4% of SGML 
>deliver 64% of the usefulness?

If 0% of SGML is TEXT then 4% seems useful enough. <g> Frankly,
I am still not sure if SML has enough momentum to fly.  I am
just talking the talk and walking the walk to see if where it
leads.  Ideas tend to have a mind of its own.


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