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xmlhack: developer news from the XML community
What is xmlhack?
xmlhack is a web site covering essential news, issues, opinions
and programming advice from the XML developer community.
It aims to:
- provide succinct and informative summaries of current issues and
emerging technologies in the XML world
- promote XML and its uses among developers: particularly with
those who don't have the time to read five mailing lists every
- recognize and reflect the distinct flavor of the XML community
- cover discussions as well as projects
- help new users find their way among the hundreds of different
directions XML is going
- give developers another way to find related projects and
Why another XML site?
There are some excellent XML resources already on the web, such as
Robin Cover's XML/SGML pages. Why do we think there ought to be
- Accessibility: it requires a lot of time to get deeply into XML
development issues. By reading xmlhack you get plain-language
introductions to technical matters before diving into the
- Community: we want to create somewhere that reflects the humor,
expertise and opinions of XML developers.
- Timeliness: xmlhack will help readers find projects and
discussions as they happen.
- Depth: xmlhack will provide context for news without requiring
readers to spend hours poring over a story.
Who runs xmlhack?
xmlhack was founded by Edd Dumbill. It has the following
contributing editors (click on the names for more information):
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