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From Randy Terbush <ra...@zyzzyva.com>
Subject Re: Xssi used by others
Date Fri, 06 Jun 1997 02:59:18 GMT
> On Thu, 5 Jun 1997, Howard Fear wrote:
> > FWIW, I think things like the xSSI extensions should be as public
> > as possible.  It makes life much easier for web page developers -
> > not to mention HTML-how to authors.  I can't speak for anyone else
> > who's worked on mod_include, but I wouldn't object if Netscape and/or
> > Microsoft implemented the same commands in their servers.  Still
> > won't make them as good as Apache ;-)
> 
> We *really* need a standard HTML template mechanism.  Every server application
> tool out there, from FireFly to iCat to IIS, has done their own, and it's sheer
> headaches for content developers.  

We've access to a lot of good options between PHP, XSSI, mod_perl 
etc. What is really needed, IMHO, is a gui tool to deal with both 
this and our config stuff. The config issue seems to be the only 
problem that the reviewers can find with us. (Which IMO text based 
is much preferable)


> 	Brian
> 
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