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Re: [xsl] Is letting the browser transform XML to XHTML using XSLT a good choice?

From: Joern Nettingsmeier <nettings@---------------------->
To:
Date: 3/4/2006 11:42:00 PM
i'm sorry to see you show an attitude that, were not so verbose, would 
qualify as thoughtless trolling.



given the sheer amount of words that you bestow on this list, i wonder 
why you don't take the time to grab a coffee and relax a little, instead 
of transforming a perfectly valid and well-written (if debatable) 
counter-argument into a flame-war full of personal abuse.



there are certainly places on the web where such behaviour might be 
appropriate, but even though i've been enjoying this list for a limited 
time one i'm sure this is not one of them.



jC6rn




M. David Peterson wrote:
Jesper,


Firstly, you have no idea what you are talking about, and it shows.
<snip>
It has nothing to do with web sites.  Its has everything to with web
browser support, something you have shown through out this thread you
know nothing about.
<snip>
You've taken your misguided opinion, "generalized" it, and used this
as the basis for your argument.  Shallow, pointless, useless, get a
clue.
<snip>
For you.  Not for folks who are doing this at the professional level. 
If you are doing this at the professional level, then you need to

reconcider things... you're flat out, undeniably so far off, its not

even funny.
<snip>



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