Subject Re: draft charge, refeds working group on attribute release
From John Bradley <ve7jtb@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date Fri, 1 Jul 2011 17:15:19 -0400

Not being able to stem the migration from XML to JSON doesn't make me happy.

However making the JSON reinvention of things work as well as it can, is better than the alternative.

I don't disagree with your argument Scott, however at the end of the day the best technology is not guaranteed to win.

Long live Betamax

John B.

On 2011-07-01, at 4:59 PM, Cantor, Scott E. wrote:

> On 7/1/11 4:52 PM, "Leif Johansson" <leifj@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Not really - ever tried to get libxmlsec1 working with a set of python
>> and perl wrappers. I shudder.
> Wrappers != libraries. If it's not native, it's not relevant. I don't
> speak Perl or Python. If I did, it would take me a week, tops, to
> implement enough c14n to get by. I'm not that good a programmer, so the
> idea that these geniuses of industry "can't" is just ridiculous.
> What they can't do is make it work for people who insist on rolling their
> own. But neither will JWT.
> -- Scott