RE: Who's responsible (was Re: [WSG] add to favorites?)

2009-03-26 Thread Stuart Foulstone
-Original Message- From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On Behalf Of nedlud Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2009 8:58 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: Who's responsible (was Re: [WSG] add to favorites?) As I understand this thread, it is not about

Who's responsible (was Re: [WSG] add to favorites?)

2009-03-25 Thread Matt Morgan-May
On 3/25/09 12:12 PM, Rick Faircloth r...@whitestonemedia.com wrote: The correct design (and web standards that are adhered to or not) is that design for which the client is paying. Sorry, but that just reads to me like a way to excuse slipshod work. It is one thing to figure out any old way to

RE: Who's responsible (was Re: [WSG] add to favorites?)

2009-03-25 Thread Janice Schwarz
-Original Message- From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On Behalf Of Matt Morgan-May Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2009 3:50 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Who's responsible (was Re: [WSG] add to favorites?) On 3/25/09 12:12 PM, Rick Faircloth

RE: Who's responsible (was Re: [WSG] add to favorites?)

2009-03-25 Thread Rick Faircloth
[mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On Behalf Of Matt Morgan-May Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2009 6:50 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Who's responsible (was Re: [WSG] add to favorites?) On 3/25/09 12:12 PM, Rick Faircloth r...@whitestonemedia.com wrote: The correct design (and web

Re: Who's responsible (was Re: [WSG] add to favorites?)

2009-03-25 Thread nedlud
As I understand this thread, it is not about whether current standards are right or wrong, but how did we end up with these standards in the first place? The current standards did not just spring into existence, fully formed, out of the brow of some greek god. The standards evolved as peoples

RE: Who's responsible (was Re: [WSG] add to favorites?)

2009-03-25 Thread Rick Faircloth
Subject: Re: Who's responsible (was Re: [WSG] add to favorites?) As I understand this thread, it is not about whether current standards are right or wrong, but how did we end up with these standards in the first place? The current standards did not just spring into existence, fully formed, out

Re: Who's responsible (was Re: [WSG] add to favorites?)

2009-03-25 Thread Patrick H. Lauke
Rick Faircloth wrote: Wow...10 years from now...as fast as change occurs these days, who knows what things will be like then! Blind people flying around with jetpacks ;) P -- Patrick H. Lauke __ re·dux (adj.): brought back; returned.

Re: Who's responsible (was Re: [WSG] add to favorites?)

2009-03-25 Thread nedlud
So true. But how long has the WG been working on HTML5? And assuming anyone ever reaches consensus on that, how long until browsers start supporting it in wide enough numbers for it to be a practical alternative for developers? Technology can change fast, but in the world of web, it can take

Re: Who's responsible (was Re: [WSG] add to favorites?)

2009-03-25 Thread tee
On Mar 25, 2009, at 6:39 PM, Patrick H. Lauke wrote: Rick Faircloth wrote: Wow...10 years from now...as fast as change occurs these days, who knows what things will be like then! Blind people flying around with jetpacks ;) It will be just like in the Star Trek Voyager, that Tom Paris

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2009-03-25 Thread Russ Weakley
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RE: Who's responsible (was Re: [WSG] add to favorites?)

2009-03-25 Thread Rick Faircloth
: Who's responsible (was Re: [WSG] add to favorites?) Rick Faircloth wrote: Wow...10 years from now...as fast as change occurs these days, who knows what things will be like then! Blind people flying around with jetpacks ;) P -- Patrick H. Lauke