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Ann Navarro ann at webgeek.com
Wed Sep 22 17:22:12 BST 1999

At 04:12 PM 9/22/99 +0100, David Carlisle wrote:

>But sadly the real danger is that xhtml will be so broken over this
>issue that the whole project is derailed. No one wants to see that
>Is it worth risking this just to avoid specifying that HTML versions are
>distinguished by the version attribute, rather than by the namespace?

This is where I tend to stop giving credence to arguments. Nothing in this
issue, one or three, will so forever break XHTML that it nukes the entire
project. I believe one is the wrong answer. Some of you believe three is
the wrong answer. But neither will kill it all together. 
Hyperbole in (hyperbolic?) arguments simply tunes people out. 


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