Announce: xml-litprog-l Mailing List

From Fri May  1 04:33:30 1998
Date: Fri, 01 May 1998 19:18:14 +1000
From: "Anthony B. Coates" <>
Organization: Educational Multimedia Services


I have created a mailing list, "xml-litprog-l", for discussions about
how best to use XML/XSL/XLink/XPtr for constructing literate programming
frameworks and tools.  I'm interested in being able to share ideas with

 (i) people who know more about XML and/or SGML than I do;

 (ii) people who know more about literate programming than I do;

 (iii) anyone else who is interested.

If you think that you fit into one of these groups, then please consider
joining (I'm not expecting it to be a high traffic list, but I hope it
will be a profitable list, in non-monetary terms).  The Web page with
all the details is at

Some people have already expressed to me an interest in being on this
list.  However, for reasons of "netiquette", I won't subscribe anyone
automatically.  If you are interested, please visit the Web page (or
send the message "subscribe xml-litprog-l" to

Educational Multimedia Services
  = reduced workloads for lecturers, teachers, and tutors
  = better results for students.
Another 100% Pure Java e-mail.  Is yours?
Anthony B. Coates.
Multimedia Developer (Software Design)
Educational Multimedia Services
TEDI, The University of Queensland.
AJUG-QLD Steering Committee Member
(Australian Java Users' Group
QMUG Committee Member
(Queensland Macromedia Users' Group
UIN: 5191015
All opinions are mine, and may not represent
those of The University of Queensland.

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