Open Standards Processes
SimonStL at classic.msn.com
Sat Apr 25 22:19:07 BST 1998
| might make all sorts of sense for the W3C to have "writers'
| memberships" - non-speaking access to the materials of one activity or
| another. Such memberships wouldn't be free, a cost of perhaps $500 or
| so would bring it well within the bounds of a book-publishing budget
| while discouraging frivolity.
>I think that's a really excellent suggestion. And the cost should
>come out of the publisher, up front.
It sounds like there are going to be a lot of these sold, especially for XML,
if they come to pass. That kind of access would certainly settle most of my
needs, but I wouldn't count on it to pacify those with 'exquisitely high
standards' who want to participate more actively.
Still, it's a great start!
(Does O'Reilly get a discount? They're already a member, though I think it's
their software side.)
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