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Re: Why bother?

From: Simon Hill <red_one@othersdietrying.com>
Date: 02 Mar 2002 10:23:21 +1100
To: html-w3c <www-html@w3.org>
Message-Id: <1015025003.1583.4.camel@whistler>
> The question is not about parsers. It is about forming specifications
> whose importance is slighted by the members themselves. The question
> is what W3C has really done, besides CSS, to "Lead the Web to its Full
> Potential" and how different the web would really be without W3C. Only
> slightly IMO. Perhaps to the best. Authors of alternative browsers
> would waste less time incorporating the specifications correctly and
> they would make more competitive products.
> 
competing with their own brand of HTML, so nothing renders the same
between two browsers?
 
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