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From: Jim Ley <jim.ley@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 11 Jul 2004 12:58:07 +0100
Message-ID: <851c8d310407110458331dc23f@mail.gmail.com>
On Sun, 11 Jul 2004 13:18:31 +0200, H?kon Wium Lie <howcome at opera.com> wrote:
> I am disappointed with your conclusion above, 

I'm disappointed with the process.

> but no one forces to you to stay around in
> an -- for you -- uncomfortable environment.

I don't find it uncomfortable at all actually, everyone's very
friendly, my inability to express myself clearly tends to get me
frustrated with certain people answering a different point to what I'm
trying to raise but...

> I would encourage you to stay, however, and continue discussions on
> technical matters.

I think I've spent more time on those than most people on the list, so
it's not likely I'm going to go away.

I urge you to take this to the W3C as soon as possible.

Jim.

On Sun, 11 Jul 2004 13:18:31 +0200, H?kon Wium Lie <howcome at opera.com> wrote:
> Also sprach Jim Ley:
> 
> > Of course, if you aren't prepared to do the work, then that's fine, I
> > now understand the process is not an open process, nor was it ever
> > supposed to be.
> 
> I've been following this from the sideline for a while. I think Ian
> has gone beyond the call of duty to answer your concerns. In my
> experience with specification editing, I do not recall any other
> process which has been more "open" than this one. We can discuss the
> definition of "open" until we drop, but I think most people on this
> list rather want to get on with technical issues. I am disappointed
> with your conclusion above, but no one forces to you to stay around in
> an -- for you -- uncomfortable environment.
> 
> I would encourage you to stay, however, and continue discussions on
> technical matters.
> 
> -h&kon
>              H?kon Wium Lie                          CTO ??e??
> howcome at opera.com                  http://people.opera.com/howcome
> 
>
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