Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Author: Seth Dillingham Posted: 1/13/1999; 3:54:48 PM Topic: HTML Refresh Language Msg #: 2116 (In response to 2115) Prev/Next: 2115 / 2117
Dori>What else would you do with the money? As Dave said, a mailing list is all that's really needed.
Well, a nice discussion group system and a website would go nicely with the mailing list. The money could be used to pay for the server, the software, and the bandwidth.
W3C membership may not count for much, but it'd allow specs like XML-RPC and HTMLR to be submitted (to bring things back to where this topic started).
What's the benefit of having a spec submitted to the W3C? I think there used to be a benefit, but I don't see it anymore.
p.s. I'm not trying to be difficult.
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- Re: W3C, Dave Winer, 1/13/1999; 4:05:08 PM
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