And as a "freshman" studying the stuff (or trying to), I am wondering how many
XHTML/XML authors it takes to eventually get the story accurate and well told.
Jack Park wrote:
> >From: Sean McGrath <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >Q. How many XML gurus does it take to change a light bulb?
> >A. Eight:
> >1 to create a syntax for expressing light bulbs
> >2 to create broadly similar yet different APIs for interacting with light
> >1 to argue that the API differences can be resolved by splitting the
> >universe of light bulb applications into
> >physical-model and logical-model camps.
> >1 to argue that no single, cohesive model is possible.
> >1 to disagree and invent yet another "gee! all light bulbs can be though
> >of it terms of nodes and arcs" model.
> >1 to question the sanity of all this and just get stuff working by hacking
> >simple lightbulb instances
> >into relational databases and processing them with Perl.
> >1 to write the meta-light-bulb joke about it and post it on xml-dev
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