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the W3C has a virus

From: Robert Stockmann <stock@sba.nl>
Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2001 22:07:50 +0200 (CEST)
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Hi,

The W3C has a virus, its called commercial sex with fortune 500.
I think the W3C board members are corrupt .

the RAND license is just a renamed tool from the Microsoft Standards Group.

If i look a the the committy board members :
( http://www.it.mycareer.com.au/breaking/2001/10/04/FFXVTO9GDSC.html )

 Michele Herman, lawyer, Microsoft Standards Group.
 Scott K. Peterson, lawyer, Hewlett-Packard.
 Alan Kotok, associate chairman, W3C.
 Carl Cargill, director of standards, Sun Microsystems.
 Steve Nunn, lawyer and vice-president corporate resources, The Open Group.
 Wanda Cox, scientist engineer global standards, Apple Computer.
 W. Mike Deese, director of standards strategy, Microsoft.
 Gib Ritenour, director technical standards and patent strategy, Nortel Networks.
 Martin Ashton, head of technical due diligence and intellectual property, Reuters plc.
 Chuck Adams, standards, IBM.
 Jean-Francois Abramatic, chairman, W3C.
 Mark DeLuca, IP lawyer and partner, Woodcock Washburn (for Microsoft).
 Mari Georges, director of research and development, ILOG S.A.
 Toon Groenendaal, Philips Electronics.
 Ian Jacobs, computer scientist and author aifProcess Documentaif, W3C.
 Daniel Weitzner, lawyer and director technology and society, W3C.
 Glen Johnson, Nortel Networks.
 Tony E. Piotrowski, Philips Electronics.
 Barry Rein, senior partner, Pennie & Edmonds lawyers (for W3C).
 Helene Plotka Workman, Apple Computer.

There's a high fortune 500 level present, where microsoft is most abundant.

There's no doubt. This commity is infected with a commercial sex virus.

Regards

Robert
-- 
Robert M. Stockmann - RHCE
Network Engineer - UNIX Consultant
SBA Automatisering  stock@sba.nl
Received on Monday, 8 October 2001 16:07:52 GMT

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