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Re: Examples of and justification for id/headers in complex tables

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From: Laura Carlson
Date: May 25, 2007 11:10AM


Michael Moore wrote:

> The working group should concentrate on eliminating elements and
> attributes that allow developers to define presentation and behavior
> within the html as in xhtml. Elements and attributes that contribute
> to more precisely defining the information presented within a web page
> should retained, and possibly expanded.

Agreed.

As I mentioned before, anyone interested in the future of HTML please
consider joining the HTML 5 working group. Members get a vote on
proposals and issues. Accessibility and standards advocates currently
seem to be a minority.

Ian Hickson posted:
> Anyone can actually join the W3C HTML Working Group. I encourage
> everyone interested in the development of HTML5 to take part. If you
> don't take part, and the language develops in a way you don't like,
> then you have but yourself to blame.
>
> Taking part in the group is not a big commitment. You can spend as
> much or as little time contributing; you don't need to read every
> e-mail on subjects you don't care about, you don't need to call in or
> attend face-to-face meetings. In fact, the W3C has stated in the
> group's charter that no binding decisions will be made at meetings;
> you are guaranteed equal say whether you are present or not.

For further info and instructions for joining visit:
http://ln.hixie.ch/?start=1173385976&;count=1

Best Regards,
Laura