0 thoughts on “Dive Into Accessibility in XFML

  1. You forgot to link to the actual file! After a bit of digging around I found it at http://diveintoaccessibility.org/diveintoaccessibility.xfml – had you noticed Mark is serving it as application/xml+xfml – is this intended to become the official mime type?

    Dive Into Accessibility is a superb example of the kind of site who’s structure would benefit from XFML – great idea, and it’s good to see it getting implemented.

    Incidentally, with both Mark Pilgrim and Dave Winer showing an interest it shouldn’t be too long before XFML really takes off :)

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