The glacial pace of the W3C 17 Aug 2007
"Certainly the W3C moves at a glacial pace. It's why we write
float when we mean
column. But a glacial pace isn't all bad, especially if you're driving off a cliff (which I gather we are). Driving off a cliff at a glacial pace affords you the luxury to turn around. I loves me some glacial pace.
"The glacial pace of the W3C has given browser makers time to understand and more correctly implement existing standards. It has also given designers and developers time to understand, fall in love with, and add new abilities to existing standards."
Hmmm...in the fast-paced world of technology, maybe a little slowness is actually a good thing sometimes.
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