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Subject: RE: [legalxml-econtracts] Last comments from me on the prelim SC Report


I am certain this is a hot debate, but from the sidelines, I can't tell
what the dickens any of you are talking about.  Thought you might like
to know.

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> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Re: [legalxml-econtracts] Last comments from me on the prelim
> SC Report
> From: "Jason Harrop" <jharrop@speedlegal.com>
> Date: Wed, July 21, 2004 3:13 pm
> To: "Legalxml-Econtracts" <legalxml-econtracts@lists.oasis-open.org>
> John
> This was a simple question.
> Are you saying that if we jump through the extra hoop of showing the TC how a 
> typical XML editing tool might be used with our structural model, and having 
> done that, the TC says "yes, using one of those to create a contract is a valid 
> use case", then you'll accept the named containers model?
> Because if you still won't accept it, you should say so now, and either "put up 
> or shut up" as we have done.
> Jason
> John McClure wrote:
> > Bottom-line, if you do wish to press the case for a standard that caters to an
> > XML editor, then may I suggest you provide the group an explicit definition of
> > the capabilities of such a "User Agent", so that we can all stop the subjective
> > guessing game about what is "most suited for use by contract authors" and what
> > is not. Such definition, my friend, would be critical to the TC's assessment of
> > the  XHTML extensions you've proposed.
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