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Holy Working Drafts, Batman! That's a lotta specs!

Walking on water and developing software to specification are easy as long as both are frozen.

Edward V. Berard

I spent a good chunk of last week turning the publications crank on ten, count 'em ten, working drafts for the XSL and XML Query Working Groups. The fruit of that labor was published today.

Newly on the TR page, February 11, 2005 Working Drafts of

Now all I have to do is go read them all again. Again.