Re: Venting

Subject: Re: Venting
From: Sebastian Rahtz <s.rahtz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 4 Feb 1999 12:54:48 +0000 (GMT)
Don Park writes:
 > Excellent!.  Looks like the decision to split the spec can not be made by
 > the XSL WG without having the XSL charter changed.  Now we just need to find
 > out who can change the charter and what the process is for changing it is so
 > that the XSL WG members can split the XSL spec.

 > Anyone have a clue?  Do we have to galvanize MSFT and NSCP?  Who do we talk
 > to at W3C to get this going?  Lets get this show on the road!
I fail to see where the Prozac comes in. James made a nice, clear,
sensible statement, and you seem to go into a panic.

For all its (possible[1]) faults, the W3C structure is really pretty
clear, why not read up on and it, and see how to influence it? The XSL
WG spec has been there for ages for all to read.

I wonder what MSFT and NSCP are?


[1] speaking as an employee of a (re)joined organisation, I cannot
whinge any more, can I, Chris L :-}

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