Spreading the XML paradigm around

Streaming and XSLT 2.1


For a third time in recent years W3C XSL Working Group met at the University of Economics in Prague to work on a new version 2.1 of XSLT.

The work was mainly focused on a new streaming facility which will allow processing of documents which do not fit in memory. The public draft of XSLT 2.1 specification is still not released, but we were working on it very hard. For a first time, Mike Kay will present key new features to public during his talk at the XML Prague 2010 conference. You can watch his presentation online, just visit XML Prague website at 9:30 CEST on this Saturday.

From left: Michael Sperberg-McQueen, Mohamed Zergaoui, Sharon Adler, Anders Berglund, Dmitriy Shabanov, Michael Kay, Oliver Becker, Nikolay Fiykov, Florent Georges, Jirka Kosek, Carine Bournez (Petr Cimprich is missing on the picture)

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