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[Bug 16166] i18n-ISSUE-138: Make lang and xml:lang synonyms in HTML5

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Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2012 12:04:18 +0000
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--- Comment #14 from Robin Berjon <robin@w3.org> ---
(In reply to comment #13)
> Ok. I guess my question comes down to "what does 'keep working on this' mean
> in practical terms?"

Reach consensus on a solution, have the editors add it to the spec. Business as
usual!

> If I understand correctly, 'rejected' only applies in the context of HTML5

That's correct — as per the WG decision policy, pushing a bug to be resolved
later is "Rejected" but only for HTML5. It's not rejected for future versions
(I do find this confusing, I would rather we said "Deferred" or some such).

> but doesn't imply that the bug is closed, and the bug keeps its status of
> 'new' under HTML.next product - and that therefore we keep adding any
> comments to this bug and look for a response here at some point from the
> HTML.next editor. Is that right?

Yes indeed, please keep providing all the input needed to solve these issues
for all bugs moved to HTML.next.

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