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RE: Web Philosophy
- From: Gavin Thomas Nicol <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2001 10:37:20 -0500
> Be that as it may, it could be argued quite easily that the W3C as it
> currently stands is neither fast nor open. I wouldn't label the
> contributions of W3C advocates to this type of discussion as universally
> personal attacks or deprecation of other people's work, but one
> thing that I have definitely never seen is any indication whatsoever
> that the constant stream of dissatisfaction expressed by many parties has
> translated into even the slightest willingness among the W3C
> consider that some changes might be apt, let alone any action in this
I think the W3C has generally tried to do what is most appropriate.
It may not be obvious, but in general, I think the W3C process plays
second fiddle to "doing what's right" for most WG's.