I am opposed to W3C's RAND proprosal. I simply cannot
imagine charging royalties to use an Internet standard.

I just looked at my previous statement:
	"charging for an Internet standard"
It seems to be an oxy-moron in and of itself. It goes
against a lot of what the Interent stands for, not
to mention how it operates.

In short, don't charge royalties.
It is fundamentally wrong.


Greer Pedoe

Received on Sunday, 30 September 2001 16:42:39 UTC