From email@example.com Wed May 13 13:05:05 1998 To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Free XML software list From: Lars Marius Garshol <email@example.com> Date: 13 May 1998 19:54:31 +0200
I'm pleased to announce that my list of XML software is now available
in categorized form with descriptions at
For those of you who have made the software on this list: I'm trying out an experimental auto-update feature with this list. If you want me to be automatically notified when you release a new version of your software (or when it moves to a new URL) you can now achieve that by writing 6 lines of XML about your product and putting it online. The necessary auto-update software is already written and tested, so you can start using this immediately.
I may eventually make a Java client (or a CGI script) which end-users can run to be informed of new releases of chosen products, but for the moment that's just an idea.
Further instructions (with DTD and an example file) are available from
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