XHTML 1.0 returned to HTML WG
jelks at jelks.nu
Fri Nov 5 01:03:00 GMT 1999
David Megginson wrote:
> Further to this point, the members' responses to the director are
> confidential -- even those of us on W3C committees don't get to see
> them -- but from what some members have told me unofficially, an XHTML
> spec with zero Namespaces will not be any more successful than an
> XHTML spec with three.
Well that settles that, doesn't it?
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