[SpamCop-List] FPG: Re: The message is not spam because......
nobody at devnull.spamcop.net
Thu Aug 4 18:00:39 EDT 2005
"Mike Easter" <MikeE at ster.invalid> wrote in message
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> Robert Blair wrote:
>> "Mike Easter"
>>>IE isn't secure and isn't standards-compliant, which
>>> makes it unworkable both for end users and Web
>>> content creators."
>> I have just reported problems to a web site trying
>> to use their web
>> pages in Firefox. I expect it works in IE but since
>> I don't have
PRG; From the Peanut Gallery:
Interesting stuff here.
One of the things I keep coming across whenever I look
at "specs" is age. I do visit w3c now and then, and
even find now and then that I can understand some of
their content! But ... whenever I find what's
purported to be a "spec" it's, well, not old,
Am I just ignorant and not able to understand something
here? Almost every time I try to look for an RFC, FYI,
whatever, I end up with something more relevant to the
Commodore 64 or worse, than it is to the existing
circumstance of the web.
Looking back at what I just wrote, I see it's pretty
ambiguous, but ... An RFC is a -call-, not a spec, an
FYI is just that, FYI and not a spec, so ... what ARE
I must sound pretty ignorant, don't I? That aside,
where, for instance, would I find, say, end-user
information for e-mailing, for instance, other than at
MS, Netscape, a few million baseless web sites,
rfc1855, or whatever?
Or am I just SO far out that's not even a question?
I chose this point to ask in this thread because of my
appreciation of your posting styles/informative bent,
and respect. Starting a new thread, it would have been
even harder to explain what I mean, so I jumped in
Pop aka member of the Peanut Gallery of upstate NY
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