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Hurry up please.

From: My Aleous <damianspaulding@hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 7 May 2002 14:08:24 -0400 (EDT)
To: www-xml-query-comments@w3.org
Message-ID: <F261IKaOSbsShdbRMy60000690a@hotmail.com>
I have been working months on a major application for an executive search 
firm that has hired me to design their system.  I took the risk of making 
XML my database backbone in hopes that XQuery would be out before I needed 
it in design time.  Unfortunately that was not the case.
In this particular application I need to do many detailed and difficult 
queries and my present means using XPath just isn't cutting it.  I am 
extremely frustrated that you have not yet released a version of XQuery that 
can properly manage the queries I need to perform.  This limitation is 
costing me a great deal of time and money.
I understand that good things come to those who wait and you need time to 
finish your work producing your "PL", but the cost for me is beginning to 
become too great to justify.  Please catch up to internet time and produce 
at least a "beta" version for us programmers to utilize while you finish 
creating the "polished" version of XQuery.
Thank you for hearing my request, and I hold you all in the highest regards. 
- Damian Spaulding

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