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From: Krzysztof Żelechowski <giecrilj@stegny.2a.pl>
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2007 00:59:28 +0100
Message-ID: <1197503968.7016.137.camel@a1dmin.vola.spe.com.pl>

Dnia 11-12-2007, Wt o godzinie 19:26 -0500, Jeff McAdams pisze:
> If the text is changed to move away from a free and open solution to
> something that is going to be encumbered, you better believe I'm going
> to be up in arms about it, and I will not apologize for it.  This change
> is exactly that sort of change.

And you must be... Osama's nephew, right?  Oh, that makes me scared.
In other words, the fudded turned out to be the fudder.

> I would much rather Apple not implement HTML5 at all, so I can call
> Apple out on it in the marketplace, than to let an encumbered technology
> be ensconced in a standard like HTML5.  

Why don't you go call out China on Tibet, or USA on Guantanamo?  It is
much more important and comparably effective.
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