Consensus and Petition for XHTML Namespaces
ann at webgeek.com
Thu Sep 2 15:52:13 BST 1999
At 10:34 PM 9/1/99 -0700, Don Park wrote:
> Whether he follows
>'our recommendation' for a change or not depends on whether he wants to
>widen the controversy from XHTML to W3C.
I'm sorry, but this is pretty amusing. If he doesn't accept the proposal,
the W3C is even more of a big evil empire? Does xml-dev really think that
their (fractured) group opinion should carry more weight than anything
else? 330+ AC reps will be voting on this. This group's voice is but just one.
> If the Director has
>a preconceived bias on a critical issue, he can not make a fair decision.
And you assume this based on what?
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