From: Dan Connolly (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jun 08 2000 - 10:52:34 PDT
While many of the subscribers to xml-dist-app
may be interested in this article, it's
not relevant to the stated purpose of this forum:
"This forum is for discussion of XML in distributed
applications, network protocols, and messaging systems. [...]
This page is being used, in part, to discuss XML protocol
requirements and compare several current protocols.
We encourage participants to contribute requirements and use
cases that will help scope XML protocol discussions."
Please don't degrade the utility of this forum by straying
from its scope.
Dave Winer wrote:
> "Crippling Microsoft is not a good idea, but enabling competition in the
> browser market is fair and essential. The court has said that it does not
> trust Microsoft, neither does the Web. If Microsoft people reflect on this,
> there's a discomfort in having no competition in this vital space, but
> regardless of how Microsoft feels about this, something must be done, and
> the Jackson remedy does not address it."
-- Dan Connolly, W3C http://www.w3.org/People/Connolly/
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