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RE: [xml-dev] Comment on W3C Patent Policy WG Response
- From: Don Park <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: Xml-Dev <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2001 18:40:18 -0700
Ann Navarro wrote:
> I don't represent "HTML writers". I am an invited expert, my company is
> WebGeek, Inc.
So you are no longer a governing board member of the HTML Writers Guild, and
the guild's representative to W3C, acting on behalf of the guild's some
50,000 web designers? If not, then I appologize and allow me to correct
myself: you do not represent HTML writers.
> (Note I've never said I'm "in favor of RAND", I've instead said that many
> of the arguments against it are ill-conceived or naive).
I see. Would you have excluded idiots and uneducated peasants from joining
the American Revolution just because their reasons for joining are
ill-conceived or naive? Ann, don't you think that replying as you have to
done to my well-intended message is ill-conceived or naive?