Re: W3C Curmudgeon (Was Re: Web Philosophy)
Andrew Watt wrote: > Curmudgeon variously means grasping, avaricious, crusty, ill-tempered. > To be fair to Simon I haven't seen him behave in any of these ways when > raising valid issues re W3C. OK, he's not grasping or avaricious and possibly not crusty, but let's at least give him the benefit of the doubt on ill-tempered. Got to leave the guy with some sense identity :) -- Ronald Bourret Programming, Writing, and Training XML, Databases, and Schemas http://www.rpbourret.com
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