11 Feb 2004 iagorubio   » (Journeyer)

Really good news !

Chris Hornbaker (Quanta+) have started a discussion about the creation of an XML based function reference format, common to all Linux web editors.

Olivier Sessink (Bluefish) and Dodji Seketeli (MLView and libcroco) have just joined the list.

I think it's a great idea to try to build standards between open source applications. This will help users to choose in freedom as they'll know their reference files will work in all web editors.

As I know both Dodji and Olivier ( well I mailed Dodji a couple of times, and I help Olivier in the Bluefish project actively) I'm sure I will join the list, to put my 2 cents on the project.

That's something closed source developers can't even dream about ;)

The list is here: https://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=50363 </b></b>

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