Leaving the W3C

I concur with Alan Cox.

The W3C has been a center of intellectual activity and
research precisely because of its openness and RF
policy. If the W3C is now pursuing a policy that will
penalize the individual developers, the free software
community, and the small companies that have always
been behind it, then these communities will look to
another organization for the creation of standards.

Nile Geisinger

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Received on Sunday, 30 September 2001 17:00:23 UTC