[xquery-talk] Questions about SQL Server 2005 and XML
fcohen at rainingdata.com
Mon Jan 23 13:10:19 PST 2006
I take that as an invitation to participate. What do you recommend?
This will be my first experience with W3C directly.
On Jan 23, 2006, at 11:52 AM, Michael Rys wrote:
> Frank I certainly share some of your frustration. But where are the
> contributions of RainingData to getting XQuery done quicker?
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>> [mailto:talk-bounces at xquery.com] On Behalf Of Frank Cohen
>> Sent: Monday, January 23, 2006 9:27 AM
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>> Subject: Re: [xquery-talk] Questions about SQL Server 2005 and XML
>> <rant>With XQuery we're not talking about a protocol for document
>> schemas, we're talking about a spec for a language. If Java
>> took this
>> long we would all be programming in C today - or maybe Cobol.</rant>
>> <ps>I would have typed this faster but the spec isn't
>> finished yet.</ps>
>> On Jan 22, 2006, at 11:35 PM, Ken North wrote:
>>>> I am pretty tired of waiting for the XQuery 1.0 spec to be final.
>>> You may be experiencing personal frustration about the XQuery
>>> timeline, but five
>>> years is by far not the longest development timeline.
>>> The timeline to evolve GML into the SGML standard was 17 years.
>>> talk at xquery.com
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