RE: Proposing Named & Numbered Issues for HTML (was: Leading the Forefront - with IRC ! ?)

On Sun, 25 Mar 2007, Mike Schinkel wrote:

> John Joseph Bachir wrote:
>> going to be so overwhelmingly busy, with segmented (in a good way) 
>> sub-discussions, then a web forum would be very appropriate.
> It is amazing how circular things can become here.  Yes, I agreed with a
> proposal to create a web forum, but that proposal was shot down.
>> However I think trying to recreate that structure on the email list 
>> will prove unwieldy and inefficient.

> But maybe instead of you discounting my proposal and me defending it you
> could present an alternate proposal to address the information overload of
> this list?

Hi Mike.

Far from discounting your proposal, I was actually agreeing with your 
previous forum proposition :)  (if the discussion proves to be volumnous 
and segmented enough to warrant it). Then, a couple emails later, Charles 
McCathieNevile introduced us to the vast world of atypical and (it seems) 
elegant tools that the W3 uses to manage information. At this point I do 
not have a strong preference for any of the tools and will default to 
those on the list who have more experience with such projects in such 

John Bachir
aim/yim/msn/ johnjosephbachir

Received on Monday, 26 March 2007 05:53:38 UTC