Mulberry Technologies Announces New XSL Mailing List - February 1998

From Mon Feb 16 00:19:09 1998
Date: Mon, 16 Feb 1998 01:05:49 -0500 (EST)
From: Tony Graham <>
Subject: New XSL mailing list

Mulberry Technologies announces the availability of XSL-List, the open forum for discussion of XSL (Extensible Style Language).

To subscribe to XSL-List, send mail to with "subscribe xsl-list" as the body of your message. For more information, see

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

Tony Graham
Mulberry Technologies, Inc.                         Phone: 301-315-9632
17 West Jefferson Street, Suite 207                 Fax:   301-315-8285
Rockville, MD USA 20850                 email:

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