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Re: web sans frontiers

From: Doug Schepers <schepers@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 01 Oct 2009 18:42:56 -0700
Message-ID: <4AC55AA0.5010903@w3.org>
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Hi, Danny-

Lots of people agree with you.  They use Facebook, LiveJournal, etc..

They don't know (or may not care) that it's not eternal.  They don't 
seem concerned that it's commercial.

Should there be some government mission to do this?  Would people trust 
the governments, or any institution, with control of this?


Danny Ayers wrote (on 10/1/09 5:09 PM):
> I just discovered there's no place to send my story.
> By which I mean, bunch of stuff; global space.
> Right now I have to commit to one service or another. Right now I pay
> loads of money for my server space - no. This should be a human right.
> I should not need that - how the hell is history gonna be told without
> a commons that is supported, i18n, supported now and forever.
> My recommendation is for a space to be provided by every nation
> whereby a person can send their stuff off.
> Which will be mirrored, for as long as the poster agrees, forever.
> Read/write is definitely something we need in the near term, immediate
> stuff too - we've grown out of broadcast.
> But universal postability is still not here.
> The Web does not support that yet, it should.
> While the immediacy of mobile&   ubiquity look sweet, the ability
> server-side just to drop stuff in might have greater gains.
> In short, I believe people should be able to speak over the Web, without cost.
> Tell me if I'm daft.
> Cheers,
> Danny.
Received on Friday, 2 October 2009 01:42:58 UTC

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