August 30, 2001 at 8:57 AM
Zeldman makes a very good point about the need for the W3C to add more real-world designers and developers to its working groups. I remember talking with a good friend and colleague of mine a few weeks ago about this very subject. I asked "you know so much about this subject and you have done so much to push this movement forward, why are you not involved with the W3C?" and the response was as expected.... because my friend was not interested in the politics of it (a lot of talk and little doing) she was interested in the outside approach to forward progression (if you want to get it done, do it yourself). Perhaps that is one of the vary same reasons why WaSP came into being. You want to see change? Do something about it.