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RE: Should we adapt WYSIWYG in CSS?

From: GS <junkmail.gs@c2i.net>
Date: Fri, 21 Feb 2003 14:28:00 +0100
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To: <www-style@w3.org>
As a reply of David Balch,  Friday, February 21, 2003 1:48 PM

Oops! The argument at point 6 is not directed at W3C as such. 
It was actually ment as a counter-argument for the discussion 
on the other thread. Underway, I decided to post it as a new topic, 
as it would be mor logical. I just didn't realize that this brings a 
new scope for my arguments. 

Maybe I should rephrase this point 6 somewhat:

6) Freedom of speech
The web has made it easy for everyone to express opinions, 
or make their artwork public. 
This line should be supported one step further.
Let the designer choose the design philosophy of his document.
It is his "right" to do it "wrong".

I hope this better expresses my toughts.
I actually thinks the W3C.org as such is a great organisation.
I am just trying to bring my opinion  as a web user public.

Gaute Sandvik
Received on Friday, 21 February 2003 08:32:35 UTC

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