XHTML 1.0 returned to HTML WG
ann at webgeek.com
Thu Nov 4 15:35:41 GMT 1999
At 09:58 PM 11/3/99 -0500, Jelks Cabaniss wrote:
>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
Nothing in any of this suggests it will be held back for 3+ months. The
group has been planning for a variety of contingencies, and is prepared to
turn this around very rapidly (read weeks, if even that, not months).
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