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From "Ted" <...@gs2admin1.e-meet.com>
Subject Re: Happy to be wrong!
Date Sat, 29 Jan 2000 17:45:56 GMT
> At the end: XSP will remain. Period. Is that clear enough?

Yes.

> > Case 2:
> > > > which makes XSP totally useless since it's just a step between XSLT
> > > > transformations.

Perhaps:
...which makes XSP redundant since...
would have reduced the panic:)

Everything is clear, sir. Thank you!

Ted

Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:
> 
> Ted wrote:
> >
> > Stefano,
> >
> > Take a look at this quotes I snipped from you! Of course you would
> > create a stir here, being the headmaster of this effort:
> >
> > Case 1:
> > > >1) XSP is going nowhere!!!
> 
> I'm sorry... this was an english translation of my italian thoughts... I
> should have written (as Steve explained to me privately... thanks
> Steve!)
> 
> 1) XSP is not going anywhere!!
> 
> Latin languages are more rational: two negations end up with an
> assertion. In english, everything is so damn blurred :)
> 
> > Case 2:
> > > > which makes XSP totally useless since it's just a step between XSLT
> > > > transformations.
> >
> > I think it was that way it was said rather than what was being said:)
> 
> Ehy, if you decontextualize my words, you can make me say almost
> anything you want.... that's a journalist job :)
> 
> At the end: XSP will remain. Period. Is that clear enough?
> 
> Stefano.

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