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Re: New Member Intro - Alex Sexton

From: Kingsley Idehen <kidehen@openlinksw.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 12:02:58 -0400
Message-ID: <5256CFB2.9040808@openlinksw.com>
To: public-webpayments@w3.org
On 10/9/13 4:26 PM, Alex Sexton wrote:
> (I sent this a while back but I think maybe to the wrong list. Forgive 
> me if it just isn't in the archives, but wanted to make sure I 
> followed all the rules)
> Hi everyone,
> I'm Alex Sexton. I'm an engineer at Stripe. I personally specialize in 
> JavaScript and web-apps, but we have a few other people that I'll be 
> keeping up to date that have other applicable interests and specialties.
> We're very interested in an open payment solution that's easy for 
> everyone to use and enables commerce on the internet beyond old-world, 
> hard-to-use methods. We think it's important work to have open 
> standardization here and are happy to help where we can be useful. In 
> fact, one of our old engineers was behind some of the initial plots 
> for requestAutoComplete (requestProfile at the time -- 
> http://blog.alexmaccaw.com/one-click-signups-and-purchasing ) (though 
> it's now very much a standards body/browser thing).
> We're interested in getting the platform for payments built into web 
> standards and hope that we have some valuable insight based on our 
> learnings over the past few years.
> I was able to be at EdgeConf with Manu (and asked the first question, 
> if you watched the recording).
> Thanks,
> Alex Sexton

Welcome !

You offer a great product, and it will benefit immensely from the kind 
of standardization being pursued here.



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