Thank you, Peter, you are most welcome to reference the LinkedIn
article anywhere. I'm using the LinkedIn path to the article in
order to exploit the opportunity for discussion threads about the essay.
I appreciate that you have found my efforts potentially useful for others.
. . . . . Ken
At 2017-02-22 23:56 +0000, you wrote:
>On 02/22/2017 02:42 AM, G. Ken Holman wrote:
> > Not all XML-ers enjoy committee work. Imagine!
> > [...] But my proposal should be of interest to those just embarking
> > on a project to develop exchange specifications without pre-conceived
> > constraints. [...] for those of us XML-ers who are approached by
> > their management or clients regarding the "big picture" of
> > developing document exchange specifications...
>This is very interesting at that level, and thank you for releasing it.
>I have on several occasions been asked to explain this kind of process
>both to management and clients, and a point of reference is always useful.
>In the XML FAQ I refer to the standards and the standards process, so I
>think this would be a useful link to include there, if I may.
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