Previous Message
Next Message

testing, testing 1 2 3...

Sent by steph on 16 February 2004 15:03

On 2/16/04 3:32 AM, Tony Crockford wrote:

> On Mon, 16 Feb 2004 00:15:58 -0800, chris [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
>> My understanding is that the list is on hold while a smaller core group
>> worked on the roadmap... but I thought you were one of the core group 
>> so I
>> might be mistaken.
> ;o)
> I think the core group have nearly finished the first white paper.

Oh yes, we are so so close! 

Reviews were slow in trickling in due to it being the festive period (Christmas/New Year), during
which we also took a break, and now we are working through the final changes.

Stay tuned!

> However I'd still like this list to be actively discussing the business 
> of maccaws - making a commercial case for the adoption of web standards.

Yes, I think so too.

> seems like so many other places have taken up the challenge I was 
> curious to see if there was still a forum still here.
> If there isn't, how will we ever get the next stages of maccaws done?

If you all have been keeping up with the news on the Web site, you'll know that there is an issue
with the wiki.

Apparently google has the wiki content ranked very highly, which could explain the high level of
users who are coming in and just erasing our pages. We have lost some content (but fortunately,
mostly adminstrative rather than working content or info).

I dislike the idea that the wiki is locked, but for it to be open to public, we will need a couple
of people who are continually monitoring the wiki for sabotage.

Any takers?

Previous Message
Next Message

Message thread: