XSL-FO gets own developer mailing list
08:57, 16 Jan 2001 UTC | Edd Dumbill

Andrew Watt has created an XSL-FO mailing list, for developers working with the XSL formatting objects technology from the W3C.

Watt writes that:

... from my perspective XSL-FO is just reaching the point where adequate tools (albeit preview releases) are beginning to become available. This, I think, will move XSL-FO over the next few months from a complex abstraction to a living technology.

Watt also explicitly mentions an area of active exploration for XSL-FO: its use with SVG, the W3C's vector graphics specification.

The new list is hosted at eGroups, and interested developers may subscribe via the web page, or by sending a mail to XSL-FO-subscribe@egroups.com.

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