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On Monday 14 February 2005 05:34 pm, Anthony Atkielski <atkielski.anthonywanadoo.fr> wrote: > Vonleigh Simmons writes: > > If you need to run explorer to access a website, someone should be > > fired. Standards compliance is a good thing. > > MSIE has traditionally followed HTML standards more closely than > almost any other browser. Absolutely untrue. Please stop saying this, as it's false. - jt > Webmasters should probably be replaced if they design an open Web > site for any _specific_ browser. Internal web sites are a different > story....

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    On Monday 14 February 2005 05:34 pm, Anthony Atkielski
    <atkielski.anthonywanadoo.fr> wrote:
    > Vonleigh Simmons writes:
    > > If you need to run explorer to access a website, someone should be
    > > fired. Standards compliance is a good thing.
    >
    > MSIE has traditionally followed HTML standards more closely than
    > almost any other browser.
    Absolutely untrue. Please stop saying this, as it's false.

    - jt
    > Webmasters should probably be replaced if they design an open Web
    > site for any _specific_ browser. Internal web sites are a different
    > story.
    Joshua Tinnin Guest

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    On Sat, 12 Feb 2005 20:53:50 +0100, Chris Zumbrunn <chrisczv.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    > Don't you think this Beastie qualifies as a professional logo?
    >
    > [url]http://top.ch/sitedata/freebsd/beastie.gif[/url]
    >
    as a side note - whats teh licence / use policy of your designs you
    have been posting links to on FreeBSD related materials?
    >
    > [email]chrisczv.com[/email] +41 329 41 41 41
    > Chris Zumbrunn Ventures - [url]http://www.czv.com/[/url]
    > Internet Application Technology - Reduced to the Maximum
    >
    Sander Vesik Guest

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    On Feb 17, 2005, at 11:38 AM, Sander Vesik wrote:
    > On Sat, 12 Feb 2005 20:53:50 +0100, Chris Zumbrunn <chrisczv.com>
    > wrote:
    >>
    >> Don't you think this Beastie qualifies as a professional logo?
    >>
    >> [url]http://top.ch/sitedata/freebsd/beastie.gif[/url]
    >
    > as a side note - whats teh licence / use policy of your designs you
    > have been posting links to on FreeBSD related materials?
    As far as I'm concerned, "the Beastie silhouette" can be used as long
    as it is BSD related. Existing restrictions similar to those for "the
    BSD Daemon" ( [url]http://www.mckusick.com/beastie/mainpage/copyright.html[/url] )
    may apply, I'll have to talk to McKusick about that. In other words,
    for now you'll have to ask me before you can use it. The word FreeBSD,
    of course, is a registered trademark of the FreeBSD foundation.

    I'll contact McKusick about that...

    [email]chrisczv.com[/email] +41 329 41 41 41
    Chris Zumbrunn Ventures - [url]http://www.czv.com/[/url]
    Internet Application Technology - Reduced to the Maximum

    Chris Zumbrunn Guest

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    On Feb 17, 2005, at 5:33 PM, Chris Zumbrunn wrote:
    > On Feb 17, 2005, at 11:38 AM, Sander Vesik wrote:
    >
    >> as a side note - whats teh licence / use policy of your designs you
    >> have been posting links to on FreeBSD related materials?
    >
    > As far as I'm concerned, "the Beastie silhouette" can be used as long
    > as it is BSD related. Existing restrictions similar to those for "the
    > BSD Daemon" ( [url]http://www.mckusick.com/beastie/mainpage/copyright.html[/url]
    > ) may apply, I'll have to talk to McKusick about that. In other words,
    > for now you'll have to ask me before you can use it. The word FreeBSD,
    > of course, is a registered trademark of the FreeBSD foundation.
    >
    > I'll contact McKusick about that...
    Here's the resulting wording of the license and use policy: "The
    Beastie Silhouette is copyright 2005 by Chris Zumbrunn and may be
    freely used in the context of BSD-related products and services. It is
    an approved derivative work from the original BSD Daemon image that is
    copyright 1988 by Marshall Kirk McKusick."

    I made gif and eps versions available at [url]http://beastie.czv.com/[/url]

    Chris

    [email]chrisczv.com[/email] +41 329 41 41 41
    Chris Zumbrunn Ventures - [url]http://www.czv.com/[/url]
    Internet Application Technology - Reduced to the Maximum

    Chris Zumbrunn Guest

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