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Re: Excellent Insight on Standards Development vs Invention


Re:  Excellent Insight on Standards Development vs Invention
Dare Obasanjo wrote:


> Tim Bray made a suggestion on the list and I
> disagreed with it which basically everyone else who responded on that
> thread did as well. I'd rather not be the target of malicious personal
> vendattas[0] because of some opinions on yet another XML syndication
> format (CDF, RSS 0.91/2.0, RSS 1.0, now Atom...), 
> 

I had wondered who Tim was talking about. I really don't like such 
anonymous assaults. They have the tendency leave mud on the wrong 
people. I had my own guess as to whom he was referring to which turns 
out to have been completely off base. If you don't have the guts to name 
the person you're flaming, don't flame them.

-- 
Elliotte Rusty Harold  elharo@m...
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