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Re: Re -Re CSS Validator Bug - A big one

From: Brian <brians.emailz@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 28 Oct 2011 16:21:19 -0500
Message-ID: <CAHWV3uxHxneUebUVp1b1gNknz7UtU3qzjHTUmKa303mvEtnkdA@mail.gmail.com>
To: www-validator-css@w3.org
These posts are found by selecting the feedback button below the
validator and then choosing the option with the following description,
"This mailing list is for comments or bug reports on the CSS
validator".  It is the only option I could find for validator
feedback.  If it's main function is public conversation, than I
apologize for being snippy.  But, "if" you are a fellow developer,
than this should be a concern of yours, as well.  How many customers
have you lost to unskilled self-proclaimed developers relying solely
on unscrupulous and dishonest tactics (they're as prevelant as
unskilled people proclaiming themselves techs, because they know how
to reinstall a program)?  People trust W3 and they do deserve that
trust, but upgrading the validator to detect no data and stating so,
can't really be all that complicated.  Not to mention, helping skilled
developers get work and forcing unskilled ones to get an education or
find a different scam.  This lies at the core of "making the internet
better for all".

Please, stop emailing my personal email with your responses and get on
this band wagon, it's to everyone's benefit.
Received on Friday, 28 October 2011 21:21:58 GMT

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