Re: comments on draft-barth-mime-sniffing

I think roc was specifically referring to content for the <video> tag.
 Because no such content currently exists, the legacy compatibility
requirements are much less onerous than, say, for HTML.


On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 9:31 PM, Shane McCarron<> wrote:
> This is my favorite comment in this thread, bar none!  Why, oh why are you
> all trying so hard to continue to support broken behavior instead of
> slapping down the people who insist on doing it wrong?  If the user agents
> (go Firefox!) just refused to sniff, then no one would send nonsense
> content.  'cause it wouldn't work.
> Robert O'Callahan wrote:
>> I should also point out that so far we have had approximately zero
>> complaints from authors about the fact that Firefox doesn't sniff.
>> Rob
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