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Re: Amaya 3.1 (Win95) issues

From: Brad Griffin <griffinb@hotkey.net.au>
Date: Thu, 4 May 2000 01:02:57 +1000
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Originally from: Ulrich Windl 
About: Re: Amaya 3.1 (Win95) issues
Dated: 3 May 2000,

> On 3 May 00, at 8:41, John Russell wrote:
> [...]
> > I think it is more the lack of resources than the lack of will....
> [...]
> > Think of Amaya project as a 'work in progress' of a senior student
> >     and you are the mentor ,  pointing out flaws to be corrected....
> >   but dont mistake it for a production tool .......
> That's why I did not mention the inablility to use form submit 
> buttons at all....
> IMvHO W3C should either produce one usable tool, or join the mozilla 
> project. If you look at arean, it's a tool to convince anybody that 
> WWW is a terrible technology ;-)
> Regards,
> Ulrich
Hi all. Forgive my first post to the list being a negative one, but isn't Amaya 
an experimental editor first and a very basic browser second? At least that's the 
way I read the notes on the Amaya pages. My first impressions of Amaya is that it 
is a good tool for playing with HTML that will only improve with feedback.

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