W3C XML 10 Years
There is essentially no computer in the world, desktop, handheld, or backroom, that doesn't process XML sometimes...
On 10 February 1998, W3C published Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 as a W3C Recommendation. W3C would like to thank the dedicated communities -- including people who have participated in W3C's XML groups and mailing lists, the SGML community, and xml-dev -- whose efforts have created a successful family of technologies based on the solid XML 1.0 foundation.
XML Community Greetings
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Congratulations and keep up the good work...
The computing community is proud of all you fine XML guys. Congratulations and keep up the good work...Rahul Roy, sent on 2009-01-02
Merry Xmas & happy new year, 2009
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2009ferhat riad firstname.lastname@example.org, sent on 2008-12-31
Happy 10 XML
Best wishes & continue working for the community IT.
RacRolando Alvarez email@example.com, sent on 2008-12-30
I thanks for xml but, yet,
I can't compeletly understand it
I hope to next ten years I can.
byemorteza firstname.lastname@example.org, sent on 2008-12-29
I am cheering for yourobseabgreen email@example.com, sent on 2008-12-27
γειασας !!!!annoulakaki firstname.lastname@example.org, sent on 2008-12-24
Happy New Year
It's New Year.........
I wish Upon the Stars
that your year is beautiful
A Spring Filled with JOY
A Summer Filled with Peace
A Autumn Filled with Love
A Winter Filled with Warmthrajul email@example.com, sent on 2008-12-25
Sending our wishes for a wonderful Holiday Season and New Year full of
promises and hope!
> From LuAnn, Steve, Tess and Charlessent on 2008-12-25
Enhorabuena xml =)feliz navidad y prz aï¿½o nuevo.
Felicidades desde Espaï¿½a, La Rioja.Antonio del Mazo firstname.lastname@example.org, sent on 2008-12-25
merry xmespaul email@example.com, sent on 2008-12-24
Happy XML and get your dream house on beautiful code...riki dhamparan firstname.lastname@example.org, sent on 2008-12-24
Felicidades!Gustavo email@example.com, sent on 2008-12-23
With those tutorials even the biggest moron would be able to construct the
most sofisticated webpage.
Happy 2009 and continue helping!STELLA firstname.lastname@example.org, sent on 2008-12-22
Happy Development through years
My best Wishes to the developers of XML for their laborious effort which has brought XML to a world recognition status and an easy as well as standard way of interaction in Computer.Vidit Kothari email@example.com, sent on 2008-12-22
有了这样一个标准，才使互联网蓬博发展。Jankey Farry firstname.lastname@example.org, sent on 2008-12-21
Thank You All!
A huge thanks to ev'ryone involved for giving us a shining example through the years.Al Griffy email@example.com, sent on 2008-12-20
SGML was also my first intro to the markup language world ... we've come a long way ... in some ways... :)Al Griffy firstname.lastname@example.org, sent on 2008-12-20
Have you discovered this?
Its XCase. It makes conceptual modeling of XML schemas possible!
Thanks for XML :)sent on 2008-12-20
Thanks a lot for XML!
I started with SGML in 1990 - it was my way into the IT. Originally I studied philosophy of aesthetics but then I met Dr. Franz Hack and he became a very real friend. He tought me SGML in a high sophisticated
manner. I lost my way in arts but the new way is fascinating too.
Today I spent my time as project manager for projects in ...
... yes, XML and XSL.
Thank you again!Jörn-Carsten Kamp email@example.com, sent on 2008-12-19