> adam> Thought the WEBDEVers should be made aware of this.
>> -snip .IE changes-
>> I guess they finally copped on that it is possible to be *too* anal.
>I don't think it's a matter of being too anal. They are genuinely making an
effort to open up the namespace somewhat, it just seems to drag out even worse
than govermental procedures. The problem is that there are five proposed
policies still on the table at the IEDR, as well as the spin-off from UCD:
The fact that this was pushed through so rapidly - don't get me wrong now, this
is a *good* change in policy, a very good one - makes it all the more annoying
that the IEDR still hasn't been spun-off, and the proposed policies are still
only proposed policies, over six months later.
I'm not really sure that it's the IEDR's fault, per se, but we'll battle on
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