Re: SERIOUS concerns about implementation
Len Bullard wrote:
> I think it necessary to say, "we are not fixing SGML; we are
> subsetting it to make it easier to apply for those cases
> where the full requirements of SGML are too burdensome, but
> otherwise, this is still SGML. What we are doing with the
> linking is a different matter. Here we have a subset and/or
> application of HyTime that is easier to understand and develop and
> will provide a much more powerful linking capability than is
> currently in use on the Internet."
Why doesn't the same apply to XML itself:
"Here we have a subset of SGML that is easier to understand and develop and provides more powerful markup than is currently in use on the Internet."
This is a positive statement about both XML *and* SGML and is an accurate statement of what has been accomplished.