Feeling good about SML

Len Bullard cbullard at hiwaay.net
Wed Nov 17 00:31:17 GMT 1999

Don Park wrote:
>  Second, is it not true that XML derailed SGML?

Not really.  I got a phone call yesterday from someone 
about to bid on a very lucrative contract that specified 
SGML and precluded XML specifically.  Some still see it 
as the more powerful choice and spend their dollars 
accordingly.  It mystified me, but that was the way 
the RFP read.


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