[XML-SIG] XML-SIG Digest, Vol 31, Issue 13

Jim Kelly jkmacman at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 21 03:07:37 CET 2005

Does this group cover xbrl or onix at all?
  kind regards

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Today's Topics:

1. Moving XBEL to SourceForge (John L. Clark)


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Date: Sat, 19 Nov 2005 13:00:59 -0800
From: "John L. Clark" 
Subject: [XML-SIG] Moving XBEL to SourceForge
To: xml-sig at python.org
Message-ID: <20051119210059.GY1857 at rejoice>
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Uche Ogbuji proposed that development of XBEL move to an independent
SourceForge project earlier this year[0]. There wasn't a lot of motion
surrounding that idea. I'd like to renew this interest in breaking XBEL
off into a separately-maintained project.

I have a few questions. First of all, the points Uche made are still
valid; does this community think that working on XBEL independently is a
good idea, and not too disruptive? Second, where can we obtain the
currently available XBEL resources (web pages, etc.)? Finally, who is
still interested in participating, and in what capacity?

I think that if we don't hear a strong negative reaction to this idea
soon, we should go ahead and rev up with this on SourceForge. I look
forward to hearing your ideas about this and XBEL in general.

Take care,

John L. Clark

[0] http://mail.python.org/pipermail/xml-sig/2005-February/010901.html
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