[webaccessibile] E poi dicono di MS....

livio mondini livio.mondini a tiuvizeta.it
Mer 9 Giu 2004 11:36:00 CEST


> Leggiti come si partecipa al gruppo ;-)
B, considerato il panel dei membri (basterebbero Hakon Lie, pap dei css e
Chief Technology Officer di Opera, Hickson (da leggere assolutamente il post
http://ln.hixie.ch/?start=1086387609&count=1 sul suo "natural blog" ) e
Baron (http://dbaron.org/), in Mozilla dal 1998, mi sembra normale che
permettano la membership solamente a chi produce browser... per la
partecipazione  libera (tranne che per MS, penso :-).

solo alcuni punti di Hixie dal post citato:
In my opinion that's pretty short-sighted, but as Steven Pemberton pointed
out, six year ago, the W3C decided that HTML was dead, and the way forward
was a host of new languages (what is now XHTML2, XForms, MathML, SVG) that
would lead the world's population to a clean new world. So at least they are
consistent.

The truth is that the real Web, the Web that authors write for, is the
Windows IE6 Web. The only way to change that is to reduce the IE6 market
share, and new technologies don't do this. Marketing does. Once users are
primarily using a browser that is being regularly updated, then we can start
introducing radically new technologies. Until then, such technologies simply
aren't going to become popular.

grande, lo voto! six year ago, the W3C decided that HTML was dead ... e non
se n' accorto nessuno, porello :-).

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