Gavin Thomas Nicol
gtn at ebt.com
Sat Nov 27 22:59:05 GMT 1999
> Quite seriously, it is a simple fact that many of the features that
> found their way into XML are becoming increasingly redundant
> as various auxiliary standards mature.
The point here is that standards define minimal interoperabilityt.
The more standards you have to implement for interoperability, the
bigger the problem (i.e. you would be creating an XML that was really
an aggregate of XML+XLink+Xpointer+<whatever>), and that would be
bigger and harder than XML 1.0.
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