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Re: Keep your word

From: guest271314 <guest271314@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2019 13:09:52 +0000
Message-ID: <CA+syWAPSP9emDR-A+B3Vg0uj=PxFUn_ga9w-4sf1fOtJec1DKQ@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-wicg@w3.org
>
> We are waiting on legal advice to see if we can allow you to participate.
> You haven't acted in good faith by using  "guest271314" (instead of your
> real name) when asked to abide by the following ([4] in particular, and
> you've violated [3] multiple times):

[1] https://www.w3.org/community/wicg/
[2] https://www.w3.org/community/agreements/
[3] https://www.w3.org/Consortium/cepc/
[4] https://www.w3.org/community/agreements/cla

Refute the claims that have not and am not acting in "good faith" by using
the very distinctive real name guest271314. When you perform a DuckDuckGo
or Google search for the "real name" "guest271314" you will see the body of
work that have produced to from philosophy to coding to politics to
history. You do not have to agree with the content. Yet you cannot refute
any of the content posted by guest271314: due to the fact that all of the
content posted is backed by primary sources, or are solutions to coding
problems that wrote and tested meticulously by hand. Unless you make the
claim that the world renown persons Mark Twain, John Wayne, Prince (RIP)
were not acting in "good faith" you cannot make that claim here. You would
have a problem with any "real name" that submit if it is not "John Smith".
Do not discrimate based on names. Read the volumes of content that have
posted online covering a wide range of topics. Am not keenly interested in
attribution or being "chummy" with people. Am interested in facts, direct
communication without rancor or ingratiation, and solving challenging Web
issues while advancing the art to the degree capable of doing so. The
autograph /guest271314/ must suffice for a signature.

Repudiate the broad claim that have "violated [3] multiple times". Have not
been provided any itemized list of alleged violations which can appeal word
by word and line item by line item. If there is an assertion of rule
violation there needs to be a corresponding document listing the
allegations and a reference to the appeals procedure so that can refute the
claims on the record up to and through arbitration if necessary. Simply
referring to a code of conduct document and making broad blanket
allegations of purported violations of without clearly indicating what
specific violations are being alleged raises ethical violation in itself.

If your legal personnel - or you - have any questions they have permission
to email <guest271314@gmail.com> to ask those questions directly.

Kind regards,
/guest271314/
Received on Wednesday, 16 October 2019 13:10:07 UTC

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