Astounding Comments From the WSP
Thursday July 20th, 2000
The WSP (Web Standards Project) now states that it is interested in released products more than compliance, and has released one of the most astounding pieces of work I have seen come out of their office.
The WaSP, a pseudonym which speaks for the whole WSP (or at least its leaders) has written a piece taking Netscape to task for failing to produce a browser in the allotted time limit. Click "Full Article..." below to read my response. For the record, I am not an employee of Netscape.
#194 Re: Maybe. but...
Thursday July 27th, 2000 3:28 PM
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I agree that NS5 using Moz Classic could have done part of what you are saying (except for the IE part, NS4/MozClassic will not be able to emulate any significant part of IE), but 100% was what WSP asked for 2 years ago.
The Web Standards Project, an international coalition of leading Web developers and Web experts, today launched a public campaign to encourage Netscape to make sure its next version of Navigator includes software that would reportedly make the browser 100 percent compliant with two major Web standards.