I understand the opponents to this, however I think this really is worthy given the contributions of Eric Meyer to the web as we know it. The internet would literally not be the same without him; and while I'm a relatively silent voice, I'm glad this tribute was allowed to occur.
I would be interested to see an approximate number of how many sites use Eric's reset CSS. Just for curiosity's sake.
It doesn' matter. There are incalculable pages on Internet. Surely will not even cover a 10%.
Great news. Yet I can't help but be very worried when I see what the mailing list archive used by the people in charge of CSS looks like…
You can give them an unsolicited redesign :)
Being honored in the very medium you helped shape is a lovely sentiment. Such a tragedy.
What a great community!
Way to go social media