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RE: [public-web-plugins] <none>

From: McMichael, Justin <Justin.McMichael@rivhs.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2003 07:10:22 -0400
Message-ID: <31B20592C335D611A35F00508BE3F8A807EED217@rhs_exchange.riverside-online.com>
To: public-web-plugins@w3.org
I agree with your sentiment, but the reality is that if Microsoft and in
turn Mozilla, Opera etc all start to modify their browsers and phase out
support for current plug-in methodologies, both the W3C and particularly
developers will be force to adapt as well.

This being said, I can't believe that any court would expect browser vendors
to remove all "infringing" features without some sort of well defined phase
out period.  To do it without such a period would break some or all portions
of untold numbers of websites, including many business oriented ones.

Justin McMichael
Manager - Intranet
Riverside Health System

-----Original Message-----
From: Dag Wieers [mailto:dag@wieers.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2003 6:12 PM
To: public-web-plugins@w3.org
Subject: [public-web-plugins] <none>


Hey,

Wouldn't it be better to put effort into getting rid of the craziness 
we call "software patents" instead of finding a solution working around 
something (web plugins) that's considered a basic idea based on common 
sense ?
--SNIP--

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