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Participating in W3C Standards Development

From: Hans Meiser <brille1@hotmail.com>
Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2010 05:40:27 +0000
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To whom it may concern,

on the W3C website it says "Participate - W3C invites the public to  
participate in W3C via discussion lists, events, blogs, translations,  
and other means described below."

After unsuccessfully trying to constructively participate in the CSS  
and DOM mailing lists I now don't believe that the above claim is  
actually lived.

I have made a few contributions pointing to missing features in  
existing standards and trying to enhance upcoming standards. Yet I  
don't get a reaction on my postings.

Once I had a constructive discussion in the CSS mailing list but that  
ceased from one day to another. My contributions to the DOM are  
plainly disregarded.

This is very frustrating, particularly because my contributions are  
not junk I just throw into public. For most of them I have been  
revising and researching the background to my comments for almost a  
week.


Is ignoring contributions the way the W3C understands the term  
"participate"?

Your response is highly appreciated. Even to this e-mail.

Yours, sincerely,
Axel Dahmen
www.axeldahmen.de

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Received on Thursday, 29 April 2010 12:11:08 GMT

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