NON-DELIVERY of: Re: Concerns about HTML+ complexity (CLilley)
Date: Wed, 15 Jun 1994 21:40:52 +0200
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In message <> Ken Fox wrote:

>We really need to think about who in the industry is in the best
>position to implement/control monolithic standards and monolithic browsers.
>It isn't CERN, NCSA or the community of Web hackers, that's for sure!

I would like to see some support for this rather airy dismissal.

>only people in a position to implement a monolithic browser are those with
>dedicated (and large) programming staffs --- such as Framemaker or Microsoft.

Again I would like to see a reasoned argument for this contentious statement.

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