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Links 1 through 5 of 5 by Simon Phipps tagged W3C

While it's great to see Microsoft finally joining the SVG WG after all these years, let's not forget (as this article does) that they were involved at the beginning and it was their unforgivable NIH attitude in rejecting the decision of the WG not to use Microsoft's contribution that has kept vector graphics from being a web technology for a decade. Imagine what could have evolved by now had they not listened to their greed and control-lust and instead worked with everyone to perfect web vector graphics. Even still I can't help myself wondering if they have joined the WG to snuff it out by over-activity.

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"CDF can't replace ODF, according to Lilley. It wasn't designed to be used as an office format. It's good for other things." Exactly what I thought was the case. Pamela goes on to ask some of the right questions about the perpetrators.

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Fascinating and excellent historical document that gives perspective on the XML Specification and how it came to be what it is.

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I remember in 1997 one of the criticisms of XML being its verbosity; amazing it has taken this long for a solution to that issue to be standardised.

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That's Tim Berners-Lee. Could be interesting.

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