Alternatives to the W3C

Ann Navarro ann at
Sat Jan 22 19:15:46 GMT 2000

At 11:57 AM 1/22/00 -0600, Len Bullard wrote:

>  What 
>hasn't changed is the need for high reliability in that 
>application and right now, it is achieved by picking a 
>browser and sticking to that framework.

In a closed system such as CAD, that takes appropriate consideration for
accessibility where needed for staff, that's possible.  Previous
discussions were about web applications generally open to the public, not
primarily closed systems such as these. 

But my caution in this case wouldn't be with the selection of a browser,
but the choice of ASP technology :)


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