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Re: HSL Troll...

From: Steven Pemberton <Steven.Pemberton@cwi.nl>
Date: Wed, 3 Dec 1997 13:08:49 +0100 (MET)
Message-Id: <UTC199712031208.NAA12597.steven@schoener.cwi.nl>
To: "Eric A. Meyer" <eam3@po.cwru.edu>
Cc: www-style@w3.org, "James A. Nauer" <jan3@po.cwru.edu>
Eric A. Meyer writes:
 >    I was afraid of this-- non-subscribers CAN post to the list.  So we have
 > a message in the newsgroup 'comp.human-factors' encouraging people to post
 > statements of support about HSL to this list, and none of these posters
 > will see any of the discussion that occurs thereafter, let alone contribute
 > anything beyond "I support HSL!"
 >    Does this strike anyone else as being particularly rude, or is
 > it just me? 

It may be just you. Comp.human-factors has in the past had discussions
about the poor human-factors of RGB specifications, and what would be
better. Recently members of the CSS working group have claimed that
there was no user demand for anything outside of RGB. How do people
get their opinions heard apart from sending the list? Besides, if you
do a followup, it should also go to the person who sent it, and they
*can* follow the discussion (as this thread has already shown).

Steven Pemberton, CWI, Amsterdam; Steven.Pemberton@cwi.nl
Received on Wednesday, 3 December 1997 07:09:11 GMT

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