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One of the development team, Jimmy Grewal, says goodbye: "Time for a change. With the end of development of Mac Internet Explorer, I will be leaving Microsoft and moving on to pursue other interests".
FrontPage 2003 is just around the corner..."We focused on really being able to extend your Web pages beyond static pages...to become data driven and connected to multiple data sources using XML," said Melisa Samuelson, a Microsoft product manager. "We've heard in the past that customers felt our code wasn't transparent enough, that we generated messy code," she said. "We've really focused on generating clean, industry-standard HTML code." http://rss.com.com/2100-1012_3-1015009.html?type=pt&part=rss&tag=feed&subj=news
If Tim Berners-Lee is the father of the internet, Zeldman and the team at the Web Standards Project are the net’s midwives. The W3C wrote the standards (or recommendations as they apologetically and coyly them), whilst Zeldman and his gang set about the hard, political and (until now) thankless task of bullying (browser-beating?) Netscape and Microsoft to conform to the standards that they’d helped set.
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