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.
Wednesday May 28th, 2003 3:29 PM
You are replying to this message
I took no offense when you wrote about "the shackles of W3C standards." I merely pointed out that XUL is very much tied to those selfsame standards, and that to develop a language that is not dependent on having a DOM or on styling using CSS (e.g., for padding and margins) is to create a new markup language all together. It may be very similar to XUL, but it wouldn't *be* XUL.
I respectfully request that you stop using the term XUL, which is used to describe a very specific XML markup language with a specific namespace, to describe other implementations of XML user interfaces. You are simply creating confusion with this co-opting of the XUL acronym.