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Re: html precepts

From: 869683 Gillespie Brandon James <brandon@smithfield.declab.usu.edu>
Date: Tue, 25 Jul 1995 17:22:39 -0600
Message-Id: <9507252322.AA05366@smithfield.declab.usu.edu>
To: www-html@w3.org
Daniel W. Connolly spake:
< Now that I've answered your question, I'm really curious to know why
< you couldn't find this information yourself. Or did you in fact find
< it, but overlook it because it seemed out of date?

Actually, I found that document.  I felt it didn't fully illustrate
and expand upon what it was trying to convey.  It is geared towards
"constraints" rather than "precepts".

< Are the basic design issues and foundations of the web architecture
< so hard to find? I wonder why?

Actually, yes.  Finding information on www.w3.org is a nightmare,   
primarily due in fact because it has virtually no organized structure
to it's content (other than a meek attempt at the top level).   
Furthermore, there is no easy searching or secondary indexing 
mechanism (cataloging information on a server by only one means will 
inherently make it harder to find anything).

I appologize if there is more than one type of organizational system
on www.w3.org, I was unable to find it (them).

-Brandon Gillespie-
Received on Tuesday, 25 July 1995 19:25:01 UTC

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