Alternatives to browsers (was Re: Alternatives to the W3C)

Michael Rossi mrossi at
Tue Jan 18 16:35:54 GMT 2000

Simon St.Laurent wrote:
<snip>browser/no browser discussion</snip>
> Either way, I'm looking forward to lots of XML-based apps running over
> TCP/IP and possibly even HTTP.

   Absolutely. Interoperability will be the catalyst for lots of this type
of app. I've helped the WfMC ( with their Wf-XML spec,
which provides for XML-based interoperability between workflow systems. It's
firmly grounded as an XML-only spec with the intent that the
interoperability can be implemented over any number of transports/protocols,
including TCP/IP and HTTP. There's even a MIME binding for email-based

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