Winning battles but losing the war
Who's supposed to be making our case at the W3C level? I've just seen
a lengthy report from a UK representative of last month's W3C meeting,
and XML is barely there: 2 one-line mentions in a 10-page report on a
3-day meeting. Numerous questions were raised to which XML is the
answer, but apparently no-one gave that answer, e.g.
"Some felt that there should be an HTML extension mechanism (similar
to PEP for HTTP). Dan Connolly would produce a HTML briefing paper".
Why doesn't this say "Dan Connolly pointed out that XML addressed this