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Think harder, Tim.
Karl has assigned someone to the job.
Give the technical guy a chance to do his job.
Then look at the offers and compare them to
the results of the technical analysis.
If the fix offered isn't satisfactory, then
is the time to consider offers.
From: Tim Bray [mailto:email@example.com]
Henry S. Thompson wrote:
> The W3C is prepared to host xml-dev
Thank you, Henry. We now have three separate plausible offers to host
xml-dev. I will try to summarize the trade-offs for everyone by
Calm down, Len; this is purely a technology issue - nobody that I know
has any issues with the policy or standing of Oasis; it's just that
xml-dev is acknowledged to be a low priority for them, and problems have
empirically not been getting fixed. So we should say "thank you" and
find a home that's better set up for us.