Anders Rundgren wrote: > Unless you work for a browser vendor or is generally "recognized" for > some > specialty, nothing seems to be of enough interest to even get briefly > evaluated. Maybe the right thing is assemble "user representative" groups and be enough heard on such places as this mailing list?
However, the problem with a question as the one of this thread is that the answers can be hugely multi-facetted. I do believe that the W3C process is sufficiently open to let each user speak out loud and be heard on this mailing list (email@example.com) even if there are side actions trying to make things more friendly (such as the WhatWG) or there are people believing that the W3C is too much corporations oriented. paul