Are w3c Standards Only for windows Sites-and-users?

Sam Hartman hartmans at
Tue Jul 1 14:23:51 UTC 2014

>>>>> "Jude" == Jude DaShiell <jdashiel at> writes:

    Jude> Only if windows browsers and windows are the only software and
    Jude> operating systems permitted to connect to the internet.

    Jude> On Mon, 16 Jun 2014, John G. Heim wrote:

    >> But access for all doesn't mean a web site has to support all
    >> browsers. You have a right to use whatever browser yu like but a
    >> web site doesn't have to work with your choice of browser.  By no
    >> means do I mean to criticize your decision to stick with speakup
    >> and lynx but that's a decision you've made. You can't expect web
    >> sites to accomodate your decision.

I'm sorry, but as a blind Linux user who doesn't use either Speakup or
Lynx, I cannot understand how websites failing to work with Lynx says
anything about support for non-windows OSes and browsers.

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