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Jeff Jaffe Named CEO of W3C

March 9th, 2010 03:58 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

blozza2070 notes the news that Jeff Jaffe has been appointed CEO of the World Wide Web Consortium. Until January Jaffe was CTO at Novell and, while his name hasn’t come up very often in this community, he is one of the architects of the Novell-Microsoft patent deal. A reading of Jaffe’s blog while at Novell tenda to paint him as a software patent supporter, Microsoft apologist, and no fan of the FSF. This strongly worded page at Boycott Novell features copious links to support the above characterization.

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