Re: "Internet Standard (STD)" - phrase known by Web programmers ?
I was told again to use "internet standards", not even capitalized, and definitely to not include any additional guidance or info, because, and I quote the developer *and* his manager, "Clarity is not needed in this regard."
Why would it be ok to write something that we know is not clear?
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