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Re: The argument for |bugmode|

From: Terje Bless <link@pobox.com>
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2007 23:01:41 +0200
To: W3C HTML WG <public-html@w3.org>
Message-ID: <r02020000-207-1049-ppc-4C8C108EEDBF4F23B2965159BA024973@pounder.neutri.no>

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mattraymond@earthlink.net (Matthew Raymond) wrote:

>[…]

1. I do not find your bandwidth argument persuasive or relevant.
   I note that you feel otherwise.

2. I have not, as yet, advocated a specific syntactic construct or model;
   merely pointed out that it would behoove this WG to fairly and without
   bias attempt to accommodate the needs of all interests in the web
   community regardless of whether we personally share their requirements.

3. I believe that in the general it is better to meet relevant requirements
   (Real Problems) in the standard rather then force individual actors to
   meet them in a proprietary fashion.

4. I appear to have failed miserably at making myself understood, so I will
   refrain from contributing further to this particular sub-thread.


- -- 
  “You gonna take advice from somebody who slapped DEE BARNES?!” -- eminem

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