XHTML 1.0 returned to HTML WG

Jelks Cabaniss jelks at jelks.nu
Thu Nov 4 02:59:28 GMT 1999

Tim Bray wrote:

> Lots of people have good solid practical uses for namespaces.  Anyone who
> thinks that HTML can go forward standing alone in glorious isolation and
> never being mixed with another tag vocabulary Just Doesn't Get It.

The How, not the What, is what's contentious.  Look at this list for the last
several months.  Do we need that to hold back xHTML 1.0 for another three months
or more?


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