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Re: broken links

From: Michael Bolger <michael@svgfoundation.org>
Date: Fri, 06 Jan 2006 06:12:08 -0800
Message-ID: <43BE7AB8.4000105@svgfoundation.org>
To: www-svg@w3.org

Jeff Schiller wrote:
 >No offense Michael...
none taken, serious criticism is welcome.

 >fast-paced web world..
We are trying to integrate related RDF/Atom/RSS+SSE
bi-directional, asynchronous replication features:)
to help(easy/fun) Implementors with maintaining and providing
information/demonstration, including video/audio etc.

 >ultimate source should be svg.org's wiki..
We are big fans of svg.org and the Wiki, in the weeks/months
ahead as things work out.. we are fine with any eventual location
that is in the best interests of the Implementors and Community.

 >politics
One reason we got involved was to develop a service
that would be in the best interests of Implementors,
we are independent of any financial/company relationships.

Andreas Neumann wrote:
 >idea of www.svgi.org. Everyone can register and can make the 
modifications themselves.

 >The out-of-dateness probably.. beta.. never fully announced.. need to 
properly fill in the data.
We are working toward a target of 30 days for new features and then a 
marketing push.

 >Once it is announced, I am pretty sure, that the content will be more 
up-to-date.
We need to provide a "place" the implementors are enthusiastic to 
participate.

 >The fact that one needs to register.. people could too easily change 
content of competing products.

Bjoern Hoehrmann wrote:
 >http://www.google.com/search?q=whywikiworks ...


Cheers
Michael
Received on Friday, 6 January 2006 14:12:37 GMT

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