W3C's 'Moral Majesty'

Paul Tchistopolskii paul at qub.com
Sun Sep 19 06:50:28 BST 1999

Well ... I can not resist... 

I should not cut the rest of your letter, because I agree
with almost every  *word*.

Even it may sound like a dream... 

From: David LeBlanc <whisper at accessone.com>

> outlined the goals;
> issued periodic progress notes;
> issued periodic requests for comment;
> published the replies to requests for comment;

If just *one* of those things would become practice, 
we may get much better progress with FOs than we 
have now, when W3C is assuming that it is more 
efficient to drive some standard not  making any  
'space'  for people outside the WG.

> Someone is bound to point out that is precisely what WG's 
> already do. 

That's simply not always true. Unfortunately.

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