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Re: Converting to standards... (sort of)

From: Andrew McFarland <andrew.mcfarland@unite.net>
Date: Tue, 24 Sep 2002 09:41:30 +0100
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At 23:06 22/09/2002 -0400, Eric A. Meyer wrote:
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>    The other reason is to propose that it might be worthwhile for the 
> group to do this on occasion to high-profile sites that are based on 
> outdated development methods, but could work as well-- if not better-- 
> when based on standards.  Doing this for a major site isn't easy, of 
> course, but by sharing the conversion efforts, they'd be easier to 
> accomplish.  Sadly, I can't volunteer to be a coordinator for such 
> projects, as I'm already swamped.  I simply wish to put the idea in front 
> of the list members to see what you all think.

It would certainly be interesting to do conversions, or partial conversions 
on high profile sites, and if enough people were interested I may be able 
to give some time to coordinate things. There are certainly some questions 
in my mind about the best way to do it. If anyone else is interested, give 
me a shout on or off list.

Andrew

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