XSLT 2.0 and Microsoft Unofficial Survey

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Moving along business cases Microsoft seeks to implement XSLT 2.0 I'm trying to gather some opinion statistics amongs developers working with XML and XSLT. So I'm holding this survey at the XML Lab site:

Would you like to have XSLT 2.0 implementation in the .NET Framework?

The possible answers are:

  • Yes, I need XSLT 2.0
  • Yes, that would be nice to have
  • No, continue improving XSLT 1.0 impl instead
  • No, XSLT 1.0 is enough for me
Vote now and get a chance to win the "XSLT 2.0" book by Mike Kay!

When the survey ends (probably in a month or so) one lucky survey taker from whatever part of the world choosen randomly will get the book.

Note: you have to be registered on the Xml Lab site to vote. Sorry, but I need some simple way to identify the winner. Registration is simple and public - no email verification or something like, just fill in your name, password and email, get registered and then vote.

Take your chance to influence Microsoft's decision on XSLT 2.0 and win XSLT 2.0 book!

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