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From: Per-Ake Ling UAB/K/U <etxperl@stdoca.uab.ericsson.se>
Date: Mon, 2 Dec 1996 11:25:23 +0100
Message-Id: <199612021025.LAA12977@uabk-xserv.docware>
To: w3c-sgml-wg@w3.org

I have with interset followed the debate "CSS vs. DSSSL-O" and realized
that although I have a fair knowledge of DSSSL-o, the same is not
true of CSS. I will hunt around on the W3C site and see what I can find.

However, it struck me that there may be others in a similar (or opposite)
position, so I believe that it would be helpful if somebody could summarize
the pros and cons of the respective specifications in an objective? or
at least factual manner.

I think the comparison would be helpful in focusing the attention on the
issues that are of primary concern, eg design philosphy instead of syntax.

Finally, I have a feeling that the stylesheet issue should be broadened
to other alternatives, at least initially. In the end "CSS vs. DSSSL-O"
may be appropriate, but it seems a little early to assume so. I have
seen some emails that do discuss other alternatives (Java etc), but I
think more of this is necessary before settling on the stylesheet flavor

Per-Åke		(Per-&Aring;ke for those that have 7-bit mailfeed)
Per-Åke Ling
Ericsson Utcklings AB
AXE Research and Development
phone:  +46  8 727 5674
mobile: +46 70 734 6472

email:	Per-Ake.Ling@uab.ericsson.se
Received on Monday, 2 December 1996 05:22:27 UTC

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