Subject: Re: Formal Protest from XMLGlobal
Message text written by Bob Sutor >Personal comment: Query languages are religious issues with many people and this should be understood when having discussions about them. While the document discusses that other languages will be monitored (and there are many), from a marketing perspective we need to say that the work of the W3C XML Query working group should be examined for applicability when it is standardized and any future revision of the RR work is undertaken. Bob Sutor <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Bob, This is definately the right call in my opinion too. And I would recommend the current Registry text be amended to incorporate this. Any portions of the specifications that seek to exclude all other possible solutions, and especially those where there are active W3C WG's I would argue make a difficult position to sustain. Flexibility and adaptability are also called for it seems as part of the overall Requirements themselves. Our thanks for your deliberations and feedback on this issue. DW.
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