Namespace for HTML (Signup Here)
lee at fastwater.com
Tue Sep 7 00:37:23 BST 1999
My vote: either 3 or 4.
Don Park wrote:
> Both Tim Bray and David Megginson proposed we settle on the Namespace URI
> for HTML. I think this is a clear enough and small enough task for us
> (XML-DEV) to accomplish here and now.
> Here are some candidates:
> 1) "http://www.w3.org/Markup/" - by David Megginson
> 2) "http://www.w3.org/HTML/1999/namespace" - by Tim Bray
> 3) "http://www.w3.org/HTML/2000/Namespace" - by Don Park (I like zeros :)
> Lets just settle on one and start using it. If W3C balks, we can go with:
> 4) "http://www.xml.org/HTML/2000/Namespace" - (if Jon Bosak agrees)
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