Re: XHTML 2 Working Group won't be renewed?
On 7/7/09 16:40, Jonathan Robie wrote: > Dan Brickley wrote: >> You write "Typically, Working Groups are rechartered if there is >> active interest in their work and they are close to their goal, as the >> XHTML Working Group is. Another year of effort would probably be >> sufficient to finish the XHTML specifications." >> >> Although not as high-profile as a REC-track group, there is nothing to >> stop a group of like-minded W3C members single-handedly chartering an >> Incubator Group (XG, see http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/ ) to try to >> progress the XHTML efforts. Perhaps - in part - by defining a recovery >> model for ill-formed XML markup? > > But it looks like XHTML5 is slated to replace it. > > Can we count on XHTML5 to meet all the requirements of XHTML? What are they? http://www.google.com/search?q=xhtml+requirements finds a few things but nothing obviously up-to-date and appropriate... cheers, Dan
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