Open XUL Alliance Site Goes Live
Sunday May 25th, 2003
Gerald Bauer writes in with news that the Open XUL Alliance site has launched. The site aims promote XUL and encourage interoperability with a collection of XUL news articles, mailing lists and links.
#20 Are we on the same page?
Monday May 26th, 2003 11:40 PM
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> there needs to be some sort of forum for establishing a universally agreed-upon definition > of "XUL".
Now, I'm not sure if you missed the headline "Open XUL Alliance Site" goes live. Please, click on the link and you will see a mailing list entitled xul-talk with the blurb "Beyond Mozilla; Talk about XUL issues touching more than one XUL motor/browser/runtime"
> The attitude I'm seeing is "We'll all throw something together, and eventually we'll write > down all the good stuff and make it a standard." If there's more of a process that I've > missed, I'd be happy to hear about it.
It's all just getting started. Now is the time to innovate and build up some XUL motors/browsers/runtimes. It's too early for creating a spec.
If you want to get started, however, you're more than welcome. How about cleaning up W3C XForms or Mozilla XUL and creating a fresh XUL+XForms working draft?
> Form some sort of "XUL Consortium" or whatever you want to call it. I don't think it need be > as formal or fee-based an organization as the W3C
Have you heard about the Open XUL Alliance?