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Re: Leading the Forefront - with IRC ! ?

From: Guillaume Guerin <dev.deeder@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2007 22:52:32 +0200
To: public-html@w3.org
Message-Id: <1174942352.12564.27.camel@Godzilla>

Er, I'm a student and I try to follow the main part of threads on that
but I've no enough time to read all of them too. ;-) 

On my opinion, we need to be more organized. Brainstorming is a good way
to board on HTML-reinventing boat, but we are going to contrary
directions in several disorderly ways. Now we must define priorities to
fix the work on which we should focus. Maybe an elder W3C member should
specify the participating rules of this mailing list too (how to post,
about what, etc.), because at this time it seems to be unclear.

Le lundi 26 mars 2007 à 18:45 +0200, Daniel Glazman a écrit :
> On 26/03/2007 18:15, Marcos Caceres wrote:
> > 
> > I don't understand, why would you avoid it? there are more than 30
> > people on IRC at this very moment. We are actively discussing all the
> > time; commenting on emails, etc.
> My point exactly, with my W3C Member hat on. I don't have a 100% FTE
> commitment on this WG's work and I just _cannot_ follow a channel awake
> 24 hours a day, and read its logs, and 150 emails per week-end, and
> help organizing an "html in email" workshop. Some even talk of starting
> web forums for this WG.
> This goes FAR beyond what a normal person can do UNLESS that normal
> person is a student, has no family, no kids, or is somebody paid to work
> full-time on that. So students, W3C staff and Hixie ;-) But not me.
> Starting from now, and because this WG is still not entirely up and
> running, I will consider all discussions here and in IRC as void
> unless DanC asks us a specific question. I am totally buried under
> the load of ths mailing-list.
> </Daniel>
Guillaume Guérin, Webdeveloper -- http://www.libert-fr.com/ 
"Numerical accessibility : more than good manners, it's an attitude"
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