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[Bug 13240] Consider replacing <time> with <data>

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Mark <mark@eventidewebdesign.com> changed:

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--- Comment #54 from Mark <mark@eventidewebdesign.com> 2011-11-01 15:51:07 UTC ---
I just heard about this issue upon reading it at .NET magazine
(http://www.netmagazine.com/node/1517).

Frankly, I'm completely shocked that such a discussion would even arise. And
then on top of that seeing that the vast majority of the posts here are
definitely against such a change. Yet Hickson stands his ground despite what
the community is saying. I thought this was essentially a "community" effort,
was it not?

I am a relatively inexperienced developer compared to many of the people who
have posted their views on this issue here, so at least *listen* to what others
here are saying!

I counted at least 23 posts that were overtly for keeping the <time> element
and only 5 that specifically mentioned being for dropping it for the <data>
element (minus Ian's posts).

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