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Forms Share Feelings (was: RE: Life must go on...)

From: Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer <schnitz@mozquito.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2001 16:52:52 +0200
Message-ID: <D0F1529EE943B3449F755CA1A40887465B3D81@winserver.windomain.mozquito.com>
To: <www-forms@w3.org>
Cc: "Roberto Torres" <rob_torres29@hotmail.com>
Roberto, all,

well said. I have created an XForm, perhaps
the first true XForms application, which
for the first time submits and saves the XML 
back on the server. I have now created an
interactive message board for us all to share
our feelings. Since our feelings are saved in
XML and no proprietary format, we can be sure
that future generations can still access the
data and understand and learn from the tradegy
we experience today.

This step in technology is an improvement to 
chain emails that simply drive the internet down 
and get lost at some time in the future. It should
fulfill us all with deep satisfaction that this 
can be done now after several years of hard work.

The XForm lies at:

The XML where our messages, thoughts and feelings
for the future are kept is at:

With the public FTP access you can get to the 
source of the XHTML file under the /share 
directory. Please use this message board or
create your own XML message board(s). Feel free to 
distribute the knowledge of creating such XML 
message boards to anyone in the entire world who
needs it.

To use the public FTP server the access is:
	host name:  solutions.mozquito.com
	username:	forms
	password:	www
	www access:	http://solutions.mozquito.com/www-forms/

Roberto Torres had it right when he said:
"We can keep the truth from being shut out."

In service to the free world,

- Sebastian

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Roberto Torres [mailto:rob_torres29@hotmail.com]
> Sent: Friday, September 14, 2001 6:35 PM
> To: Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer; www-forms@w3.org
> Subject: Re: Life must go on...
> To All,
>                     Normally I don't talk much on this forum, 
> I prefer to
> watch, listen, learn from a dark corner somewhere:), but in 
> this case I have
> to say something. Sebastian is right, at this most critical 
> of times our
> country,USA (for those of you who are Americans like me) 
> needs us to be
> there. To continue building and strengthening the WWW. The 
> world needs us to
> be there for the same reasons. Why? Because we can keep the flow of
> information going. We can keep the truth from being shut out. 
> Am I putting
> too much importance on our roles in life? No. As always, we 
> the technically
> gifted have been put to the back of our societies' minds. An 
> after thought,
> if you will, under appreciated and underpaid, yet we continue 
> to do what we
> do, not for gains materially, but for ourselves. In the 
> process we have
> become the very guardians of the net, of the thousands of 
> corporate and
> private networks all over the world. We are our own society, 
> and our own
> state. We are the community of the net and we are global. 
> That said, this
> event hurt us as well. We lost many guardians in that act of 
> cowardice, many
> talented and knowledgeable fellow geeks who were or are still 
> trapped in
> those towers. So like everyone else we have felt the loss.
>                 We must rise to the occasion and continue our 
> duties, to
> show these cowards that not only are we still alive and 
> thriving, but that
> we are also the worst enemy they could have made. We who 
> distribute truth,
> we who manage and maintain information. We who program and 
> develop software
> that will not forget these tragedies. Do I feel strongly 
> about this? Yes I
> do, and I have been tempted to, for the first time ever, to 
> cross a line
> that I have protected for a long time. To raid their systems and cause
> chaos, but that will not crush them, nor will it stop them. 
> It will only
> cause them to find more low tech ways of doing their crimes. 
> Instead I chose
> to fight the only way I know how, I shall distribute truth, 
> information, and
> I shall do my most humble of parts, to ensure that the WWW 
> continues to grow
> and grow until there is nowhere these people can hide.
> My Rant, sorry for the book.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer" <schnitz@mozquito.com>
> To: <www-forms@w3.org>
> Sent: Friday, September 14, 2001 6:04 AM
> Subject: Life must go on...
> > Dear Friends and fellow Humans,
> >
> > the recent events make it hard to continue our
> > daily businesses. After many moments of sadness
> > shock, anger and hatred, we must realize that the
> > discontinuation of our efforts towards creating an
> > open, liberal and unselfish world would give those
> > cowards exactly what they wanted.
> >
> > The W3C is a manifestation of the world those
> > cowards wanted to destroy. The W3C is an
> > international forum where the entire IT industry
> > meets to collectively work together to improve
> > the state of the world for all of us. The mission
> > and spirit Tim Berners-Lee gave to all of us, to
> > lead the Web to its full potential, never has been
> > more true and important than today. The Web and XML
> > are the products of this spirit, a manifestation of
> > these core values of liberty and freedom melted into
> > software.
> >
> > What the World Trade Center is for international
> > trade and commerce, the W3C is for the IT industry,
> > fueling international trade and commerce.
> >
> > That is why we must continue to build the XML
> > cathedral. It is our responsibility to create the
> > technical infrastructure, the wiring and plumbing
> > of a globalized, liberal and peaceful world. The
> > world needs us, now more than ever. This gives us
> > the strength to continue our mission and to lead
> > the World Wide Web to its full potential.
> >
> > God bless you,
> >
> > Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer
> >
> >
Received on Friday, 14 September 2001 10:53:23 UTC

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