Accepting for-fee-patents is a VERY bad idea

The W3C should not change its policy to allow for-fee patents to be
incorporated into its recommendations. This makes it impossible to
create open-source or free software implementing W3C recommendations.

Only the roalty-free terms should be accepted.

	Tuomas Lukka, PhD

Received on Sunday, 30 September 2001 12:48:33 UTC