why distinctions within XHTML?
david at megginson.com
Wed Sep 1 00:45:18 BST 1999
Don Park writes:
> 1. We are diverging into W3C-as-evil-empire topic here. Lets focus
> and remain on topic.
Agreed. After all, when the W3C screws up, the world just shrugs and
ignores it (again, look at http://www.w3.org/TR/#Recommendations and
count how many are actually in widespread use).
> 2. The scene looks like a gang of rowdy engineers ganging up on one woman.
That's hardly how I'd describe Paul Prescod (though he is gentle and
soft-spoken when he's not talking about Python).
All the best,
David Megginson david at megginson.com
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