Alternatives to the W3C
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Thu Jan 20 16:16:51 GMT 2000
At 04:05 PM 1/20/00 +0000, Steven Livingstone, ITS, SENM wrote:
>I think you're missing the point. Are you a content developer or application
>developer? From your responses I'd say content (E-Commerce based sites for
>me are in the main content based sites where you can click "buy-me" - not
>applications) where I agree your site should be built for multiple browser
>I develop weblications. I don't develop for the latest innovations just
>because I want to be on the cutting edge. It is practical.
No, I'm not missing the point.
If you develop for the *convenience* of the developer, you're missing your
own point -- serving your customers.
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