From firstname.lastname@example.org Mon Feb 16 00:19:09 1998 Date: Mon, 16 Feb 1998 01:05:49 -0500 (EST) From: Tony Graham <email@example.com> Subject: New XSL mailing list
Mulberry Technologies announces the availability of XSL-List, the open forum for discussion of XSL (Extensible Style Language).
XSL-List will host discussion of XSL itself, XSL applications and implementation, and XSL user questions. XSL-List is open to everyone, users and developers, experts and novices alike. There is no restriction to what may be posted on the XSL-List provided it is related to XSL.
XSL-related discussion should henceforth take place on the XSL-List rather than the DSSSList.
XSL-List is not a W3C mailing list nor is it affiliated with W3C or any other organization. XSL-List has no official standing with any organization and XSL-List subscribers do not constitute a Special Interest Group. However, XSL-List was established with the encouragement of members of the W3C XSL Working Group, and members of the Working Group will be among the subscribers to the list.
XSL-List is provided by Mulberry Technologies as a service to the XSL user community and the XSL standardization effort.
Only subscribers can post to XSL-List, but since the goal is to increase the level of XSL knowledge, XSL-List is being archived on Mulberry's web site for everybody to view. The topics being discussed on the XSL-List changes as new ideas arise or existing problems are dealt with, but the archive contains all of the ideas and solutions that have been discussed on the list.
======================================================================= Tony Graham Mulberry Technologies, Inc. Phone: 301-315-9632 17 West Jefferson Street, Suite 207 Fax: 301-315-8285 Rockville, MD USA 20850 email: firstname.lastname@example.org ======================================================================= DSSSList info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/dsssl/dssslist