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--- dont quite understand this

From: eddie wilson <eddie@graphicslabinc.com>
Date: Tue, 9 Oct 2001 09:57:50 -0700
To: <www-patentpolicy-comment@w3.org>
Message-ID: <MBEPKDBCHGBKGOELEKOBOEIKCBAA.eddie@graphicslabinc.com>
it doesnt make sense that the organization that
wants to promote standardization of web technologies
would come up with something that may fracture that
even further that it has ever been.

Im a new reader of the w3c (mainly because its so hard
to read. Whats with the all caps and the horrible
sans-serif.....Arial,Verdana anybody?????) and im not sure
i understand it completely but wouldnt this policy
cause browser support for web technologies to be even
worse then now? I mean what if IE doesnt want to pay
royalties to support a technology but Netscape does?

Is this how it will work or am i reading this policy
wrong?



CHEERS --- EDDIT



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