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[Bug 7034] authoring conformance requirements in the spec should either be removed or replaced

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Larry Masinter <lmm@acm.org> changed:

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--- Comment #22 from Larry Masinter <lmm@acm.org>  2010-03-14 18:13:54 ---
A "HTML5 differences from HTML4" that satisfied the request from Marcos Caceres
(Opera):

http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-html-comments/2010Mar/0003.html

might make reviewing authoring requirements and the changes from HTML4
feasible. 

Marcos wrote: "I've reviewed this document with my "author" and "generally
interested in this stuff" hat on."

Of course, Marcos' comment is on another document, but in this case there is
some coordination required.

To make the request explicit for this document: 

For every section in the HTML5 document, if the authoring requirements for
HTML5 are different from the authoring requirements for HTML4, provide a direct
link to the explanation in the "differences" document that explains the reason
for the change. 

 If the "differences" document doesn't provide such an explanation, then please
submit a bug on the "differences" document, including (in the bug report)
sufficient information so that the author(s) of the "differences" document can
provide this information.

Having this "differences" information would facilitate the otherwise nearly
impossible review of HTML5 conformance changes.


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