[Bug 14029] normative reference to specification whose author/editor is undisclosed


--- Comment #28 from Glenn Adams <glenn@skynav.com> 2011-09-06 19:39:14 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #23)
> > I stated very clearly in comment 5 the substance of my problem
> Ah, I see.  Since knowing Ms2ger's real name, if any, would not help with the
> substance of your problem, it sounds like your real issue is with the lack of a
> patent policy covering DOMPARSING and not with the editor's identity....

Since I don't know Ms2ger's real name, I don't know that it would not help with
the substance of performing an IPR search. You are asking me to accept your
personal assurance that this is the case, but you are denying my the
opportunity to perform my own due diligence on IPR as a result of the lack of
an identity.

For example, performing a patent search on an inventor named 'ms2ger' (or
merely using that as a keyword) will produce no results (I just tried it).


However, if I had a real name, the results may be different.

I consider that a real, substantial problem related to exercising the spirit of
the W3C PP, and since I represent a real member of the W3C with a real concern
regarding IPR, namely, Samsung, it is part of my duty to perform such due
diligence and make recommendations accordingly.


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Received on Tuesday, 6 September 2011 19:39:18 UTC