Re: [xsl] RE: URL for "Things XSLT can't do"

Subject: Re: [xsl] RE: URL for "Things XSLT can't do"
From: "cutlass" <cutlass@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2001 10:03:31 +0100
flame gun on stun

> Not only this is inconvenient -- it is harmful. I believe there are
hundreds of

i've never heard of xslt being used in nuclear power stations or in mission
critical environs.....

> pages (including the ones containing this archive) that contain links to
> valuable resource of knowledge about XSLT.

valuable because Dave Pawson has spent huge amount of unpaid time and

> Right at this moment many people, who need specific help cannot access it
due to the
> change in the URLs. They are frustrated and helpless. Moreover, the
credibility of
> any page containing specific links to the FAQ has been undermined.

David owns and pays for the site, he maintains it, he invests his own time
freely for it, jeez ...... maybe u ever learned anything from his site....
if so please stop whining, or would u like the site hosted by a large
corporate concern, so it looks *gasp* pretty and does 4th generation stupid
web tricks.

> Should I say that there ***are*** ways to change URLs that still allow the
> to be accessed through the old ones?

ok webmonkey why dont you stop criticizing and lend a hand, or maybe you
want to try and host your own rival XSLT faq.... go on i dare you to spend
most of your professional life not getting paid....basically thats what
happens when you maintain a FAQ.

> For me this is an example how a valuable WEB resource should not be

valuable because of David.

no offense mate, but i would suggest you obtain a job or a wife ( or
children if you already have these 2  ), whereby you would not have to worry
about these minor mortal issues.
flame gun off

no honestly, i see your point, and i would even recc your comments if you
paid for it, but you haven' kinda please take it off this list
and direct your constructive comments to David.

chow,  jim fuller

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