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By glazou on Wednesday 9 June 2004, 17:13 - Computing
I do like one thing about Bert Bos, he wants to use Ruby www.ruby-lang.org/
So you do take comments from Brendan, but not from me (regarding your 1.0 comment). What an insult. But fair enough ;-).
Axel: you are right... But I really tried. I am opening comments on part 1 now.
[cross posted Brendan's]
The web will be backward compatible with legacies disappearing slowly. If vendor or standard bodies attempt to jump too far ahead, it will fail. New techniques with high probability of success will solve exiting problems and will be easy to use; e.g., clean solution to sessions. Hence, big new standards have little chance.
Like all the other players, MS is limited by the existing web/internet; but MS is the player with most power. Techniques not implemented in IE will hardly be successful; but not every technique introduced in IE will be successful. We are living a classic in "International Relations" with Irak.
The web was born as HTML markup language with a simple transfer protocol and it has evolved to a light operating system like the Blit terminal talking to Unix: this should be the new vision.
Co-chairman of the W3C CSS Working Group, entrepreneur, software engineer, geek, father of two, polyglot, unashamed French, duck lover. Nah.
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