re: Why the React community is missing the point about Web Components VIEW POST

re: Hey, I'm sorry if my reply frustrated you. I'll try to clarify a few things. I don't mean to create any FUD. I think my position is very concrete. ...

Who is assuming ill intent and about what?

React meets some of my needs, but not others. So I use it for some use cases, and not for others.

Again, don't get half of this response. The frustrating part is getting replies that seem to be aimed at something entirely different from what I posted.

Like, is this some form of communal trolling, or am I just that bad at expressing myself?

Your first post would have definitely been an odd opener in person. It's like talking shit before shaking hands. Not going to go over well.

A non negligible percentage of standards become standards after a company builds something and demonstrates it's worth, at which point standards bodies go through the process you described. See SPDY / QUIC. Its much easier to define and iterate on something after someone else has demonstrated success.

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