On Thu, 13 Nov 2003, Jeff Garzik wrote:
Juliusz Chroboczek wrote:
SL> Consider the OpenGL model, where loads of extension exists, and from SL> time to time the ARB does pull in some of the extensions to become a SL> standard part of the OpenGL spec, and bump the OpenGL minor version.
Why is this better than defining a profile ? (A set of extensions.)
SL> David doesn't seem keen on letting this be the X.Org people.
And he's right about that, at any rate.
...because strife and division are always good ideas?
I think it's more correct to say that market forces are perennially more efficient at producing standards than committees.
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