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Re: Authors and Contributors?

From: Stephen Deach <sdeach@Adobe.COM>
Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2000 10:56:09 -0700
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To: "Victor Rodriguez" <victropolis@pacificnet.net>
Cc: xsl-editors@w3.org
The XSL-WG has decided to not publish a DTD for the XSL Formatting Objects,
several developers had developed DTDs for prior drafts of the XSL

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is a public forum discussing the usage of XSL & XSLT. The participants are
quite helpful in providing real-world answers to questions such as yours.

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---Stephen Deach

At 16:34 2000-06-20 +0200, Victor Rodriguez wrote:
>I am writing to you because you are all listed as authors and contributors
>for the W3C XSL Version 1.0 Working Draft (http://www.w3.org/TR/xsl/) and as
>such, I thought you would be perfectly qualified to answer my question.
>Actually, this is the THIRD time I've written you about this same issue and
>I have yet to receive a reply whether positive or negative.
>Again, I need to assemble a list in memory of all valid XSL elements and
>their associated attributes.  Rather than compile this information myself, I
>was wondering if this information already exists in some form that could be
>read in by my program like, for example, a DTD.
>I understand that you are all probably very busy, but it should not take too
>long to respond to my question.  Actually, it's basically a yes or no
>question.  If the answer is yes, tell me where I can find this information.
>If the answer is no, tell me so and I'll find an alternative solution.
>Thanks in advance for your help.
>-Victor Rodriguez
>Sr. Programmer Analyst
>American Management Systems, Inc.

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