W3C's 'Moral Majesty'
ann at webgeek.com
Sat Sep 11 17:48:39 BST 1999
At 10:42 AM 9/11/99 -0500, Len Bullard wrote:
>Produce these and answer their questions or drop the pretense of moral
Len, I don't claim "moral majesty", nor do I carry any pretenses about it.
Nor, however, will I unilaterally decide to make public issues that have
not been put into our documents. It is not my place. It is unreasonable to
demand it of me.
>criticism of ISO and IETF in the article is obsequious and underhanded.
>expect the press to report the right facts as long as the W3C feeds them
Then go lend your efforts to ISO and IETF and have fun, Len.
Nobody's holding you hostage.
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