[linux-elitists] Extensible, powerful frameworks.
Tue Nov 30 19:39:16 PST 2004
begin Chuck Vose quotation:
> Annoying; linux is being XML'ized. I heard recently that something
> like 70% of network traffic is going to be XML based in a few years.
> What the hell is wrong with plaintext? Seems like traffic would be
> 70% faster if we got rid of all the silly tags.
I dunno, the ability to do nested structures is useful. Sure,
you could stick to hand-hacked SMTP-style protocols in the raw. Isn't
it better to re-use the code for the structuring of data at the
XML is UTF-8, which is the new ASCII. How is that not
"Man, if everything were object-oriented then rsync Nick Moffitt
could do this already. Of course, if everything were email@example.com
object-oriented I'd have a bushy moustache and be
wearing flares, which would suck." -- Sean Neakums
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