Re: XBL is (mostly) W3C redundant, and CSS is wrong W3C layer for semantic behavior *markup*

On Monday, January 6, 2003, 3:08:05 AM, Shelby wrote:

SM> I came here thinking that W3C standards were important and that I needed to
SM> work with them.  Maybe even considering forwarding the DOM Views and
SM> Formatting spec and making an implementation (perhaps in Mozilla although I
SM> hate Mozilla because of people like Ian and Daniel make real production
SM> impossibly inefficient).

SM> I've realized now that W3C standards are not more important Internet
SM> Explorer standards.

SM> In time I spent farting around with Ian, I could have completely
SM> reimplemented the Cool Page GUI using IE's WebBrowser control.  It will run
SM> on 95% of the worlds computers and I'd be done with it.  No purest baloney
SM> to deal with.  etc.

SM> Thanks for helping me so much Ian.

I see you have sunk to engaging in the sort of ad hominem attack that
you were correctly pointing out the futility of a few hours ago.


Received on Sunday, 5 January 2003 21:26:05 UTC