Microsoft's responce to XML.com article
simonstl at simonstl.com
Mon Jan 17 14:42:59 GMT 2000
At 07:00 AM 1/17/00 -0500, Daniel Veillard wrote:
>I think one of the key points in the W3C process is to avoid arbitrary
>design decision, changes to specs are reached by WG consensus, and
>then once the spec is finished it has to get approval from the director
> Arbitrary design decision can lead to a speedy specification, they
>also can generate serious problems, we try to avoid that.
Arbitrary design decisions within the W3C seem to be the cause of unending
discussions on XML-dev, if _any_ of the stories I've heard at conferences
(I don't think the W3C process was set up arbitrarily, though it too
appears to be the cause of unending discussions.)
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