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Re: XPointer goes to REC

Re:  XPointer goes to REC
> > > This further says that W3C is politically motivated and is not a true
> > > standards body but one where commercial interests of the insiders are put
> > > ahead of the standards process -
> >
> > Do you know of any standards organization where this isn't true?
> This is an overstatement.

Of course it is.

I was responding to the amazingly broad brush that the original
poster used.  Hopefully your detailed examples will lend credence
to the speciousness (speciosity?  bogosity, more likely) of the
original claim:  "I don't trust it, so the whole thing is suspect."

His tune is an old one:


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