why distinctions within XHTML?

Lauren Wood lauren at sqwest.bc.ca
Thu Sep 2 21:13:28 BST 1999

On 2 Sep 99, at 11:05, David Brownell wrote:

> For the record, some of my feedback back in March to the XHTML work
> was that the basics of the modularization stuff should be in the 
> first release, since it's that fundamental.  I'd even support holding
> back a 1.0 release to ensure modularization is covered.

I would agree with this. I think the world needs the modularization 
as soon as possible and the current XHTML 1.0 brouhaha is taking 
time and energy away from that for little gain.


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