Re: Web Philosophy
At 01:45 AM 3/27/01, Martin v. Loewis wrote: > > As a result, I remain a vocal critic of W3C process and of many of its > > results - making noise may irritate people, but staying silent only (IMHO) > > makes things worse. > >There is, of course, another alternative: For those results that you >are interested in, participate in the process of defining the >recommendations. But Martin, that's not nearly as much fun as being the public curmudgeon ;) I actually find it quite sad that a few people that would be of value to the process refuse to participate even on an invited expert level because they wouldn't accept the confidentiality constraints of participation. A loss to both sides, I believe. Ann Chief Geek, WebGeek Inc. http://www.webgeek.com/ Now in print! XHTML By Example http://www.webgeek.com/books/ What's on my mind? http://www.snorf.net/blog/
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