On Wed, Feb 20, 2002 at 10:17:58AM -0800, Chuq Von Rospach wrote:
On 2/20/02 9:45 AM, "Jay R. Ashworth" firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
While I'll happily tell the "I don't like cookies" people to get over it,
Well, actually, there are still a couple browsers that don't *do* cookies. 2.8.3, I think, doesn't do persistence, yet.
My answer: get a real browser... (grin)
On behalf of vt102 lovers everywhere, "Hey!"
geeks tend not to think of, you start getting into issues of ADA compliance issues, which is a non-trivial issue we haven't even started thinking about here...
Was thinking about that, yes. :-)
Yeah. I'd really hate to see Mailman thrown out of, say, all usage in the US government because it's not ADA compliant. If we want to turn Mailman into the replacement defacto standard for majordomo, things like that can't happen.
Yeah, cost-benefit analyses are hell, ain't they?
The whole topic is probably going to drve us all plaid...
Somedays, I think that's all I do any more...
I can't *begin* to imagine why...
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