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RE: Save/Persisting form data

From: Rob McDougall <RMcDouga@JetForm.com>
Date: Tue, 9 May 2000 10:50:27 -0400
Message-ID: <311000B0752ED211B61700805F0D6B0901839362@OTTMAIL3>
To: "'www-forms@w3.org'" <www-forms@w3.org>
Thanks for the offer.  The biggest assistance we need right now is review of
the documents we have made public.  What would also be helpful is if you can
compare the documents we've made public with what you've done, highlighting
where you think what you've done is substantially better or innovative in
some way.  Posting those comments to this list would be the appropriate
forum.

I'm not sure what you mean about the design goals, but any feedback you have
will be appreciated.  Again, this list is the right place to discuss such
things.  Please keep in mind that there are still a couple of more sections
that have not been published (presentation and forms logic), so there's more
stuff coming :).

Rob


-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Fox [mailto:robertf@softshare.com]
Sent: May 8, 2000 7:28 PM
To: 'www-forms@w3.org'
Subject: Save/Persisting form data


Hello everyone,

I am new to this group... I have been independently developing an XML Form
system for the past month or so, and stumbled across this effort today
(XForms)! I am amazed at the similarities of what we are both trying to
design. I have been working on an XML Form DTD, along with an XML Form XSLT
for form representation. I also notice that many of your design goals are
still unresolved (as stated in the working draft). I would love to be of
assistance if I may in these areas. I have, for instance, implemented a
solution for saving/re-editing a form. I do not know where the group
currently is with this matter. Please advise.

Sincerely,

Robert Fox

Robert Fox
Program Manager
Softshare
EM: robertf@softshare.com
PH:(805) 899-2366
FX: (805) 882-2599 
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Received on Tuesday, 9 May 2000 10:52:23 GMT

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