Re: HTML5's Offline-first Council of Trent

2016-03-20 Thread Nick Dugger
Listen, you may not be here to make friends, but if you want to incite change, you might try playing nicely. If you just want results, you'll have greater success without your sarcasm and superiority complex. Fresh start? If you make a good case, without calling the w3c a mafia, people might

Re: [XHR]

2016-03-20 Thread Jonas Sicking
On Wed, Mar 16, 2016 at 10:29 AM, Tab Atkins Jr. wrote: > No, streams do not solve the problem of "how do you present a > partially-downloaded JSON object". They handle chunked data *better*, > so they'll improve "text" response handling, Also binary handling should be

Re: HTML5's Offline-first Council of Trent

2016-03-20 Thread Patrick H. Lauke
On 18/03/2016 03:52, Richard Maher wrote: I've found someone who has more credibility and form here and is willing to take the idea forward. Let's hope that someone also understands what it means to make a technical argument, without resorting to some House of Commons Tory Obxbridge debating

Re: HTML5's Offline-first Council of Trent

2016-03-20 Thread Richard Maher
Nick, while we're waiting for LĂ©onie to lecture you on participation-criteria, etiquette, and social competence, let me call on the late, great, Rodney Dangerfield to proxy my response: - *Judge Smails*: You have worn out your welcome, sir! *Czervik*: Is that so? Who made you Pope of this dump?