Subject: Re: Flash for *BSD Petition
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From: Greg A. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/02/2004 16:15:14
[ On Wednesday, September 1, 2004 at 12:51:54 (-0400), Louis Guillaume wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: Flash for *BSD Petition
> Certainly it's the basis and the standard. However it's not the only
> thing out there. It's really up to what the browsers will support.
The whole point of having a standards based World Wide Web is so that
everyone can share the _same_ information.
If everyone runs their own browser that does its own non-standard thing
then there's not much point to the WWW.
HTML is a fundamental core component of the W3C.org standards.
SWF content is not recognized by W3C.org as far as I can tell. Those
who supply it, and those who use it, are off in their own little
Greg A. Woods
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