> To me, the requirement that the language be as open and
> freely usable as HTML is very important - it's the whole point behind
> this effort.
Then base it on the same ISO standard that HTML is based on -- ISO 8879,
Standard Generalized Markup Language.
> It might be that Inventor is too heavy-duty for our purposes - we want
> something so easy to parse that browsers for all platforms can be created
> without too much effort.
> Inventor might have a lot of pre-made code
> behind it, but if it's only on SGI platforms, and too complex for free
> browsers to be made for other platforms, that's a problem. And I don't
> expect SGI to be making an effort to port to other platforms, simply
> because their software and hardware come as a package.
I should have said, base it on the same *non-proprietary* ISO standard....