The Unwanted Traffic At W3C

The DTDs and namespace documents are bringing in unwanted traffic at W3C (via Slashdot). DOCTYPE is a declaration you use to indicate the version of markup the site uses or is supposed to use. It is a declaration, not a hyperlink. [Continue]

W3C v/s Developer Community

W3C again finds itself fighting the Web designer and developer community. It seems to have started from Andy Clarke’s call for reorganizing the CSS Working Group. Andy raises a concern that browser vendors, which compete with each other, will act in good interest of collaboratively developing the new CSS standard. [Continue]

Turbulence In The Web Standards Community

There is some turbulence in the web standards group, and a lot of designers and developers I respect and admire are part of it. Molly Holzschlag’s call to fix problems with the future of markup and Javascript got a lot of the community members together. She has also followed up it with the explicit issues, addressing the working group. [Continue]

W3C To Refocus On HTML Specification

Sam Ruby mentions Ian Hickson’s entry informing that the W3C is restarting the HTML specification effort (press release). Since it was decided that HTML was going to live, X/HTML 5 specification had been in focus. The good part is that the new activity is going to be open to contributions from the field. [Continue]



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