[DOC-SIG] [STRING-SIG] What does this mean for Python?

Friedrich, Robin K Robin.K.Friedrich@USAHQ.UnitedSpaceAlliance.com
Wed, 11 Mar 1998 11:26:19 -0600

(Note: I think this is a Great Project, but...)  I would propose that
the web-sig is the most appropriate current SIG for this XML project.
Just my $.02. Any reasons why not?

>From: 	Andrew Kuchling[SMTP:akuchlin@cnri.reston.va.us]
>Sent: 	Wednesday, March 11, 1998 11:11 AM
>To: 	string-sig@python.org; Doc-SIG
>Subject: 	Re: [DOC-SIG] [STRING-SIG] What does this mean for Python?
>[This is the last message I'll be cross-posting to both the Doc-SIG
> and String-SIG.  The Doc-SIG is "a forum for discussing both the form
> and content of Python documentation" (from Michael McLay's
> description) and not document processing in general, so I conclude
> that the String-SIG is more appropriate.]

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