Re: Web Philosophy
At 10:48 AM 3/27/01 -0500, Ann Navarro wrote: >But Martin, that's not nearly as much fun as being the public curmudgeon ;) Anyone who thinks 'being the public curmudgeon' is fun hasn't tried it. Maybe masochists would find it fun, but I think the rest of us don't. >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. On the bright side, more W3C activities - notably protocols and the recent Semantic Web work - are operating much more in public. Looks promising, though it's early yet. Simon St.Laurent - Associate Editor, O'Reilly and Associates XML Elements of Style / XML: A Primer, 2nd Ed. XHTML: Migrating Toward XML http://www.simonstl.com - XML essays and books
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