excerpt from http://www.w3.org/XML/97-w3j/cfp.html
W3J Issue on XML: Call for
In order to supplement the XML specifications with usage
guides, implementation details, application notes, history, and
rationale, W3C and O'Reilly are dedicating the Fall 97 issue of
the World Wide Web Journal to XML. The title is XML:
Principles, Tools, and Techniques, and the guest editor is yours
W3C Architecture Domain Lead
I'm interested in articles on implementation techniques,
document production with xml, and other novel applications, but
other ideas are welcome too.
I'm mostly interested in articles that have already been written,
and just need editing for publication--the deadline is very soon. If
you're interested in contributing, drop me a note.
In case you're wondering why I've crossposted to all these comp.lang.*
newsgroups, it's because I've had a fruitful dialog with folks here over
the years about development of distributed hypermedia applications.
Some of my contributions include:
Hacking XML in perl and python:
Hacking HTML and MIF in lisp:
I posted some M3/SGML hacking a while back, but I don't thinkI've
archived it at http://www.w3.org/.
Interesting stuff I've found from other folks includes:
Joe English's CoST:
Earl Hood's perlSGML:
Olin's scheme net stuff:
Tom's web hacking stuff:
Guido's sgmllib and htmllib. (Did anybody know Guido wrote the
first web spider in the world?)
And the original SGML hacker's treasure chest:
If you're interested, a lot of stuff like this is collected at: