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@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@
   </head>
   <body><div class="head"><div><a href="http://www.w3.org/"><img src="http://www.w3.org/Icons/w3c_home" width="72" height="48" alt="W3C" /></a></div><h1>HTML 5 Publication Notes</h1><h2>
         W3C
-        Editor’s Draft <em>10 July 2008</em></h2><dl><dt>Latest Editor’s Draft:</dt><dd><a id="latestED" href="http://dev.w3.org/html5/pubnotes/Overview.src.html">http://dev.w3.org/html5/pubnotes/Overview.src.html</a><script type="text/ecmascript">
+        Editor’s Draft <em>16 July 2008</em></h2><dl><dt>Latest Editor’s Draft:</dt><dd><a id="latestED" href="http://dev.w3.org/html5/pubnotes/Overview.src.html">http://dev.w3.org/html5/pubnotes/Overview.src.html</a><script type="text/ecmascript">
                 var id = "$Id$";
                 var a = document.getElementById('cvsVersionLink');
                 var xs = id.match(/ ([0-9]\.[0-9.]+) /);
@@ -27,22 +27,16 @@
     <div style="text-align: center" id="tocjump"><a href="#toc">skip to Table of Contents</a></div>
     <div id="abstract">
       <h2>Abstract</h2>
-      <p>This document provides supplemental information on the
-      10 June 2008 working draft of the <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/2008/WD-html5-20080610/">HTML 5
-        specification</a> <a href="#html5">[HTML5]</a>. It
-      primarily documents changes that
-      have been made to the HTML 5 draft specification since the
-      time of its 22 January 2008 publication as a First Public
-      Working Draft <a href="#html5fpwd">[HTML5FPWD]</a>. Note that it
-        documents substantive changes only, and omits editorial
-        changes. It is intended to be readable as a “standalone”
-        document — meaning that readers are meant to be able to
-        use it to get an overview of the changes that have been
-        made, without necessarily needing to read the
-        specification itself or to read through the entire diff
-        document that shows all the changes..</p>
+      <p>This document provides summaries and details about
+      changes made between successive drafts of the <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/2008/WD-html5-20080610/">HTML 5
+        specification</a> <a href="#html5">[HTML5]</a>.
+        It documents substantive changes only, and omits editorial
+        changes. It’s intended to be readable as a “standalone”
+        document — so that readers can use it to get an overview
+        of the changes without necessarily needing to read the
+        specification itself.</p>
     <div class="ednote"><h4 class="ednoteHeader">Editorial note</h4><p>This document was generated on
-          <b>2008-07-10T05:35:50+09:00</b>.</p></div></div>
+          <b>2008-07-16T15:27:32+09:00</b>.</p></div></div>
     <div id="status">
       <h2>Status of this Document</h2>
     <p><em>
@@ -52,7 +46,7 @@
         report can be found in the <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/">W3C technical
           reports index</a> at http://www.w3.org/TR/.
       </em></p><p>
-        This document is the 10 July 2008 <b>Editor’s Draft</b> of 
+        This document is the 16 July 2008 <b>Editor’s Draft</b> of 
         <cite>HTML 5 Publication Notes</cite>.
       
       Please send comments about this document to
@@ -86,10 +80,14 @@
 <div id="toc">
       <h2>Table of Contents</h2>
     <ul>
+<li id="summary_wd2-toc"><a href="#summary_wd2">2008-06-10: Summary list of selected changes</a>
+</li>
 <li id="details_wd2-toc"><a href="#details_wd2">Current detailed list of changes</a>
 <ul>
 <li id="introduction_wd2-toc"><a href="#introduction_wd2">Section 1, Introduction</a>
 <ul>
+<li id="background_wd2-toc"><a href="#background_wd2">Section 1.1, Background</a>
+</li>
 <li id="relationship0_wd2-toc"><a href="#relationship0_wd2">Section 1.3, Relationships to other specifications</a>
 </li>
 </ul>
@@ -102,13 +100,17 @@
 </li>
 <li id="urls_wd2-toc"><a href="#urls_wd2">Section 2.3, URLs</a>
 </li>
+<li id="common0_wd2-toc"><a href="#common0_wd2">Section 2.4, Common microsyntaxes</a>
+</li>
 <li id="fetching_wd2-toc"><a href="#fetching_wd2">Section 2.6 [NEW], Fetching resources</a>
 </li>
+<li id="content-type-sniffing-toc"><a href="#content-type-sniffing">Section 2.7, Determining the type of a resource</a>
+</li>
 </ul>
 </li>
 <li id="dom_wd2-toc"><a href="#dom_wd2">Section 3, Semantics and structure of HTML documents</a>
 <ul>
-<li id="documents_fpwd-toc"><a href="#documents_fpwd">Section 3.2, Documents</a>
+<li id="documents_wd2-toc"><a href="#documents_wd2">Section 3.2, Documents</a>
 </li>
 <li id="elements_wd2-toc"><a href="#elements_wd2">Section 3.3, Elements</a>
 <ul>
@@ -116,6 +118,8 @@
 </li>
 </ul>
 </li>
+<li id="apis-in_wd2-toc"><a href="#apis-in_wd2">Section 3.6, APIs in HTML documents</a>
+</li>
 <li id="dynamic_wd2-toc"><a href="#dynamic_wd2">Section 3.7, Dynamic markup insertion</a>
 </li>
 </ul>
@@ -196,7 +200,7 @@
 <ul>
 <li id="server-sent-events_wd2-toc"><a href="#server-sent-events_wd2">Section 7.2, Server-sent DOM events</a>
 </li>
-<li id="server-sent-events_wd2-toc"><a href="#server-sent-events_wd2">Section 7.3, Web sockets [formerly “Network connections”]</a>
+<li id="network_wd2-toc"><a href="#network_wd2">Section 7.3, Web sockets [formerly “Network connections”]</a>
 </li>
 </ul>
 </li>
@@ -539,6 +543,17 @@
 </ul>
 </div>
     <div id="this_sections">
+      <div id="summary_wd2" class="section">
+        <h2>2008-06-10: Summary list of selected changes <a class="hash" href="#summary_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#summary_wd2-toc">T</a></h2>
+        <p>This section provides a high-level list of selected changes
+        in the current Editor’s Draft of the HTML 5 specification
+        that were made after the June 2008 working draft. For more
+        detailed descriptions of the changes, see the sections in
+        this document that follow this one.</p>
+        <ul>
+          <li> </li>
+        </ul>
+      </div>
       <div id="details_wd2" class="section">
         <h2>Current detailed list of changes <a class="hash" href="#details_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#details_wd2-toc">T</a></h2>
         <p>This section provides a per-section record of changes
@@ -561,6 +576,23 @@
           provides both non-normative (informative) background and
           context information on the specification, as well as
           normative information.</p>
+          <div id="background_wd2" class="section">
+            <h2>Section 1.1, Background <a class="hash" href="#background_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#background_wd2-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#background">Section 1.1, Background</a>” in the
+        current “Editor’s Draft”
+        version of the specification.</p><p class="spec-link">View
+        
+        “<a href="http://people.w3.org/mike/diffs/html5/spec/Overview.diff.html#background">Section 1.1, Background</a>”
+        in a
+        diff-marked version of the specification, showing
+        changes made between
+        10 June 2008
+        and 
+        current “Editor’s Draft”.</p></div>
+            <p>This is is a newly titled section that was created
+            during reorganization. It contents were
+            previously in two unsectioned paragraphs directly
+            following the opening title for the section.</p>
+          </div>
           <div id="relationship0_wd2" class="section">
             <h2>Section 1.3, Relationships to other specifications <a class="hash" href="#relationship0_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#relationship0_wd2-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#relationship0">Section 1.3, Relationships to other specifications</a>” in the
         current “Editor’s Draft”
@@ -579,7 +611,7 @@
             <ul>
               <li>Text describing the relationship to XHTML 1.x
               was moved to create a new “Relationship to XHTML
-              1.x” section, with the following content:
+              1.x” subsection, with the following content:
               <blockquote>
                 <p><q>This specification is intended to replace
                   XHTML 1.0 as the normative definition of the XML
@@ -604,7 +636,7 @@
               </blockquote>
               </li>
               <li>A new “Relationship to Web Forms 2.0 and XForms”
-              section was added, with the following content:
+              subsection was added, with the following content:
               <blockquote>
                 <p><q>This specification will eventually supplant
                   Web Forms 2.0. The current Web Forms 2.0 draft
@@ -636,10 +668,9 @@
         10 June 2008
         and 
         current “Editor’s Draft”.</p></div>
-          <p>This section was added during reorganization after
-          the June 2008 working draft; it is a new logical
-          division containing subsections moved from other
-          existing sections.</p>
+          <p>This section was added during reorganization; it is a
+          new logical division containing subsections moved from
+          other existing sections.</p>
           <div id="conformance_wd2" class="section">
             <h2>Section 2.1, Conformance requirements <a class="hash" href="#conformance_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#conformance_wd2-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#conformance">Section 2.1, Conformance requirements</a>” in the
         current “Editor’s Draft”
@@ -652,12 +683,13 @@
         10 June 2008
         and 
         current “Editor’s Draft”.</p></div>
-            <p>This section
-            provides information about conformance requirements
-            for Web browsers and user agents, conformance
-            checkers, data mining tools, authoring tools, and
-            markup generators. In this section, the following
-            changes were made:</p>
+            <p>This section — which provides information about
+            conformance requirements for Web browsers and user
+            agents, conformance checkers, data mining tools,
+            authoring tools, and markup generators — had been in
+            the “Introduction” section in previous drafts, and was
+            moved here during reorganization. In this
+            section, the following changes were made:</p>
             <ul>
               <li>In the “Features defined in other
               specifications” subsection, the following statement
@@ -692,9 +724,11 @@
         10 June 2008
         and 
         current “Editor’s Draft”.</p></div>
-            <p>This section provides information about specific
-            technical terms used in the specification. In this
-            section, the following changes were made:</p>
+            <p>This section — which provides information about
+            specific technical terms used in the specification —
+            had been in the “Introduction” section in previous
+            drafts, and was moved here during reorganization. In
+            this section, the following changes were made:</p>
             <ul>
               <li>The following statement was added:
               <blockquote>
@@ -720,9 +754,12 @@
         and 
         current “Editor’s Draft”.</p></div>
             <p>In previous drafts, the “URLs” section was a
-            placeholder, with an editorial note about what it
-            would eventually contain. It is now fairly complete
-            section whose purposes are to:</p>
+            placeholder within the “Semantics and structure of
+            HTML elements” section, with an editorial note about
+            what it would eventually contain; during
+            reorganization, it was moved here and
+            expanded and is now a fairly complete section whose
+            purposes are to:</p>
             <ul>
               <li>define the following terms:
               <ul>
@@ -779,6 +816,26 @@
             statements about resolving a URL to obtain an absolute
             URL.</p>
           </div>
+          <div id="common0_wd2" class="section">
+            <h2>Section 2.4, Common microsyntaxes <a class="hash" href="#common0_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#common0_wd2-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#common0">Section 2.4, Common microsyntaxes</a>” in the
+        current “Editor’s Draft”
+        version of the specification.</p><p class="spec-link">View
+        
+        “<a href="http://people.w3.org/mike/diffs/html5/spec/Overview.diff.html#common0">Section 2.4, Common microsyntaxes</a>”
+        in a
+        diff-marked version of the specification, showing
+        changes made between
+        10 June 2008
+        and 
+        current “Editor’s Draft”.</p></div>
+            <p>This section — which describes the conformance
+            criteria for instances of particular data types (such as
+            dates or numbers) used in HTML content, as well as
+            describing how to parse such instances — had been in
+            the “Semantics and structure of HTML elements” section
+            in previous drafts, and was moved here during
+            reorganization.</p>
+          </div>
           <div id="fetching_wd2" class="section">
             <h2>Section 2.6 [NEW], Fetching resources <a class="hash" href="#fetching_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#fetching_wd2-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#fetching">Section 2.6 [NEW], Fetching resources</a>” in the
         current “Editor’s Draft”
@@ -809,6 +866,25 @@
                 established</q></p>
             </blockquote>
           </div>
+          <div id="content-type-sniffing" class="section">
+            <h2>Section 2.7, Determining the type of a resource <a class="hash" href="#content-type-sniffing">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#content-type-sniffing-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#">Section 2.7, Determining the type of a resource</a>” in the
+        current “Editor’s Draft”
+        version of the specification.</p><p class="spec-link">View
+        
+        “<a href="http://people.w3.org/mike/diffs/html5/spec/Overview.diff.html#">Section 2.7, Determining the type of a resource</a>”
+        in a
+        diff-marked version of the specification, showing
+        changes made between
+        10 June 2008
+        and 
+        current “Editor’s Draft”.</p></div>
+            <p>This newly titled section — which specifies
+            content-sniffing behavior — was previously a
+            subsection titled “Determining the type of a new
+            resource in a browsing context” within the “Web
+            browsers” section. It was moved here during
+            reorganization.</p>
+          </div>
         </div>
         <div id="dom_wd2" class="section">
           <h2>Section 3, Semantics and structure of HTML documents <a class="hash" href="#dom_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#dom_wd2-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#dom">Section 3, Semantics and structure of HTML documents</a>” in the
@@ -846,8 +922,8 @@
             <code class="domattribute">innerHTML</code>
             family of DOM attributes.</li>
           </ul>
-          <div id="documents_fpwd" class="section">
-            <h2>Section 3.2, Documents <a class="hash" href="#documents_fpwd">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#documents_fpwd-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#documents">Section 3.2, Documents</a>” in the
+          <div id="documents_wd2" class="section">
+            <h2>Section 3.2, Documents <a class="hash" href="#documents_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#documents_wd2-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#documents">Section 3.2, Documents</a>” in the
         current “Editor’s Draft”
         version of the specification.</p><p class="spec-link">View
         
@@ -858,8 +934,11 @@
         10 June 2008
         and 
         current “Editor’s Draft”.</p></div>
-            <p>This section defines the Document object. In this
-            section, the following changes were made:</p>
+            <p>This section — which defines the Document object —
+            had been in the “The Document Object Model” section in
+            previous drafts, and was moved here during
+            reorganization. In this section, the following changes
+            were made:</p>
             <ul>
               <li>In the “Resource metadata management”
               subsection, which deals in part with the
@@ -880,10 +959,12 @@
         10 June 2008
         and 
         current “Editor’s Draft”.</p></div>
-            <p>This section defines the
+            <p>This section — which defines the
             <code>HTMLElement</code> interface and global HTML
             content attributes and event-handler content
-            attributes.</p>
+            attributes — had been in the “The Document Object
+            Model” section in previous drafts, and was moved here
+            during reorganization.</p>
             <div id="global_wd2" class="section">
               <h2>Section 3.3.3, Global attributes <a class="hash" href="#global_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#global_wd2-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#global">Section 3.3.3, Global attributes</a>” in the
         current “Editor’s Draft”
@@ -921,6 +1002,24 @@
               </ul>
             </div>
           </div>
+          <div id="apis-in_wd2" class="section">
+            <h2>Section 3.6, APIs in HTML documents <a class="hash" href="#apis-in_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#apis-in_wd2-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#apis-in">Section 3.6, APIs in HTML documents</a>” in the
+        current “Editor’s Draft”
+        version of the specification.</p><p class="spec-link">View
+        
+        “<a href="http://people.w3.org/mike/diffs/html5/spec/Overview.diff.html#apis-in">Section 3.6, APIs in HTML documents</a>”
+        in a
+        diff-marked version of the specification, showing
+        changes made between
+        10 June 2008
+        and 
+        current “Editor’s Draft”.</p></div>
+            <p>This section — which provides details about
+            case-insensitivity and case-changing behavior of data
+            returned by certain DOM APIs — had been in the “The
+            Document Object Model” section in previous drafts, and
+            was moved here during reorganization.</p>
+          </div>
           <div id="dynamic_wd2" class="section">
             <h2>Section 3.7, Dynamic markup insertion <a class="hash" href="#dynamic_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#dynamic_wd2-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#dynamic">Section 3.7, Dynamic markup insertion</a>” in the
         current “Editor’s Draft”
@@ -933,10 +1032,12 @@
         10 June 2008
         and 
         current “Editor’s Draft”.</p></div>
-            <p>This section defines mechanisms that enable
+            <p>This section — which defines mechanisms that enable
             script authors to dynamically insert markup into a
-            document. In the section, the following changes were
-            made:</p>
+            document — had been in the “The Document Object Model”
+            section in previous drafts, and was moved here during
+            reorganization. In the section, the following changes
+            were made:</p>
             <ul>
               <li>In the “Dynamic markup insertion in HTML”
               subsection, an instance of the phrase “script that
@@ -967,16 +1068,16 @@
         10 June 2008
         and 
         current “Editor’s Draft”.</p></div>
-          <p>This newly titled section was formed from subsections
-          that had previously been in the “Semantics and structure
-          of HTML documents” section. It defines the meanings and
-          content models for each element in the HTML language,
-          and includes both “authoring conformance” or “document
-          conformance” requirements (to enable authors to produce
-          conformant HTML documents) with “implementation
-          conformance” or “user-agent conformance” requirements
-          (to enable implementors to produce conformant HTML user
-          agents).</p>
+          <p>During reorganization, this newly titled section was
+          formed from subsections that had previously been in the
+          “Semantics and structure of HTML documents” section. It
+          defines the meanings and content models for each element
+          in the HTML language, and includes both “authoring
+          conformance” or “document conformance” requirements (to
+          enable authors to produce conformant HTML documents)
+          with “implementation conformance” or “user-agent
+          conformance” requirements (to enable implementors to
+          produce conformant HTML user agents).</p>
           <div id="document_wd2" class="section">
             <h2>Section 4.2, Document metadata <a class="hash" href="#document_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#document_wd2-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#document">Section 4.2, Document metadata</a>” in the
         current “Editor’s Draft”
@@ -1280,7 +1381,7 @@
                 attribute was added:
                 <blockquote>
                   <p><q>The only way this default is used is in
-                    deciding what number the↑ ↑pixelRatio↑ ↑DOM
+                    deciding what number the pixelRatio DOM
                     attribute will return if the content attribute
                     is omitted or cannot be parsed. If the content
                     attribute is omitted or cannot be parsed, then
@@ -1532,9 +1633,9 @@
                     <em class="highlight">(and that no additional
                       line cap is added)</em>.</q></li>
                   <li>Text specifying “gradient interpolation” was
-                  revised to specify both and <q>interpolation and
+                  revised to specify both an <q>interpolation and
                     extrapolation</q>.</li>
-                  <li>The “Shadows” subsection was update to state
+                  <li>The “Shadows” subsection was updated to state
                   that support for shadows is a requirement (in
                   previous drafts, it had stated that such support
                   was optional).</li>
@@ -1771,7 +1872,8 @@
                 Document to which the attribute node
                 belongs.</q></li>
               <li>In the algorithm for determining whether two
-              origins are of the same origin, <q>If either A [the
+              origins are of the same origin, the following
+              statement was added: <q>If either A [the
                 first origin to be compared] or B [the second
                 origin to be compared] have additional data, but
                 that data is not identical for both, return
@@ -1818,26 +1920,38 @@
                 is typically <em class="highlight">either</em> a
                 Window object <em class="highlight">or an empty
                   object</em></q>.</li>
-              <li>Also in the “Script execution contexts”
-              subsection, the following statement was added:
-              <q>When the script execution context of a script is
-                an empty object, it can’t do anything that
-                interacts with the environment.</q></li>
-              <li>Also in the “Script execution contexts”
-              subsection, a related statement was updated to now
-              read (added text highlighted): <q>A script execution
-                context always has an associated browsing
-                context<em class="highlight">, known as the script
-                  browsing context</em>.</q></li>
-              <li>Also in the “Script execution contexts”
-              subsection, the following statement was added:
-              <q>Every script whose script execution context is a
-                Window object is also associated with a Document
-                object, known as its <em class="highlight">script
-                  document context</em>. It is used to resolve
-                URLs. The document is assigned when the script is
-                created, as with the script browsing
-                context.</q></li>
+              <li>In the “Script execution contexts”
+              subsection, the following changes were made:
+                <ul>
+                  <li>The following statement was added:
+                  <q>When the script execution context of a script is
+                    an empty object, it can’t do anything that
+                    interacts with the environment.</q></li>
+                  <li>A related statement was updated to now
+                  read (added text highlighted): <q>A script execution
+                    context always has an associated browsing
+                    context<em class="highlight">, known as the script
+                      browsing context</em>.</q></li>
+                  <li>The following statement was added:
+                  <q>Every script whose script execution context is a
+                    Window object is also associated with a Document
+                    object, known as its <em class="highlight">script
+                      document context</em>. It is used to resolve
+                    URLs. The document is assigned when the script is
+                    created, as with the script browsing
+                    context.</q></li>
+                  <li>A pair of statements defining the <q>script
+                    browsing context</q> was updated to now read
+                    (changed text highlighted): <q>A script
+                    execution context always has an associated
+                    browsing context, known as the script browsing
+                    context. If the script execution context is a
+                    <em class="highlighted">WindowBrowsingContext</em> object, then
+                    that object’s browsing context is it</q> (the
+                  text had previously referred to the
+                  <code>Window</code> object).</li>
+                </ul>
+              </li>
               <li>In the “The javascript: protocol” subsection, a
               statement related to navigating the browsing context
               to a <code>javascript:</code> protocol URL was
@@ -1878,7 +1992,8 @@
             <ul>
               <li>In the “Dialogs implemented using separate
               documents” subsection, in a step in the algorithm
-              that user agents must run when the <code class="method">showModalDialog()</code> method, the
+              that user agents must run when the <code class="method">showModalDialog()</code> method is
+              invoked, the
               phrase “browsing context of the Window object that
               is the script execution context” was replaced with
               the phrase <q>script browsing context</q>.</li>
@@ -2054,12 +2169,11 @@
           <p>This section describes various features that concern
           user interaction with content, including features that
           allow authors to enable users to interactively edit
-          documents and parts of documents. During reorganization
-          after the June 2008 working draft, several subsections
-          were moved from other sections into this one, including
-          the “The contenteditable attribute”, “Activation”, and
-          “Scrolling elements into view”, and “Focus”
-          subsections.</p>
+          documents and parts of documents. During reorganization,
+          several subsections were moved from other sections into
+          this one, including the “The irrelevant attribute”,
+          “Activation”, “Scrolling elements into view”, and
+          “Focus” subsections.</p>
         </div>
         <div id="comms_wd2" class="section">
           <h2>Section 7, Communication <a class="hash" href="#comms_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#comms_wd2-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#comms">Section 7, Communication</a>” in the
@@ -2080,9 +2194,12 @@
           “cross-document messaging”). This section defines APIs for
           enabling those classes of communication; specifically,
           APIs for cross-document messaging, for server-sent DOM
-          events, and for network connections — as well as providing
-          the interface definitions for messages sent in
-          cross-document messaging and server-sent DOM events.</p>
+          events, and for so-called “Web Sockets” (for enabling
+          Web applications to maintain bidirectional
+          communications with their originating server) — as well
+          as providing the interface definitions for messages sent
+          in cross-document messaging and server-sent DOM
+          events.</p>
           <div id="server-sent-events_wd2" class="section">
             <h2>Section 7.2, Server-sent DOM events <a class="hash" href="#server-sent-events_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#server-sent-events_wd2-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#server-sent-events">Section 7.2, Server-sent DOM events</a>” in the
         current “Editor’s Draft”
@@ -2116,12 +2233,12 @@
               and to using the resulting <q>absolute URL</q>.</li>
             </ul>
           </div>
-          <div id="server-sent-events_wd2" class="section">
-            <h2>Section 7.3, Web sockets [formerly “Network connections”] <a class="hash" href="#server-sent-events_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#server-sent-events_wd2-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#server-sent-events">Section 7.3, Web sockets [formerly “Network connections”]</a>” in the
+          <div id="network_wd2" class="section">
+            <h2>Section 7.3, Web sockets [formerly “Network connections”] <a class="hash" href="#network_wd2">#</a> <a class="toc-bak" href="#network_wd2-toc">T</a></h2><div class="spec-links"><p class="spec-link">View “<a href="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/#network">Section 7.3, Web sockets [formerly “Network connections”]</a>” in the
         current “Editor’s Draft”
         version of the specification.</p><p class="spec-link">View
         
-        “<a href="http://people.w3.org/mike/diffs/html5/spec/Overview.diff.html#server-sent-events">Section 7.3, Web sockets [formerly “Network connections”]</a>”
+        “<a href="http://people.w3.org/mike/diffs/html5/spec/Overview.diff.html#network">Section 7.3, Web sockets [formerly “Network connections”]</a>”
         in a
         diff-marked version of the specification, showing
         changes made between
@@ -2145,7 +2262,8 @@
               <code class="method">TCPConnection()</code>, which had
               been intended for creating a direct link to another
               node on the Internet using TCP/IP;
-              <code>LocalBroadcastConnection()</code>, which had
+              <code class="method">LocalBroadcastConnection()</code>,
+              which had
               been intended for creating a connection
               to any listening peer on a local network (a local
               TCP/IP subnet using UDP, a Bluetooth PAN, or another

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diff -u -d -r1.13 -r1.14
--- VERSION	9 Jul 2008 20:45:45 -0000	1.13
+++ VERSION	16 Jul 2008 06:33:07 -0000	1.14
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
 <!-- * vim: set ft=xml: -->
 <versions>
-  <done>1.1046</done>
+  <done>1.1047</done>
 </versions>

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===================================================================
RCS file: /sources/public/html5/pubnotes/Overview.src.html,v
retrieving revision 1.304
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diff -u -d -r1.304 -r1.305
--- Overview.src.html	9 Jul 2008 21:15:43 -0000	1.304
+++ Overview.src.html	16 Jul 2008 06:33:07 -0000	1.305
@@ -50,21 +50,15 @@
     <div id=tocjump style="text-align: center"><a href=#toc>skip to Table of Contents</a></div>
     <section id=abstract>
       <h2>Abstract</h2>
-      <p>This document provides supplemental information on the
-      10 June 2008 working draft of the <a
+      <p>This document provides summaries and details about
+      changes made between successive drafts of the <a
         href="http://www.w3.org/TR/2008/WD-html5-20080610/">HTML 5
-        specification</a> <a href="#html5">[HTML5]</a>. It
-      primarily documents changes that
-      have been made to the HTML 5 draft specification since the
-      time of its 22 January 2008 publication as a First Public
-      Working Draft <a href="#html5fpwd">[HTML5FPWD]</a>. Note that it
-        documents substantive changes only, and omits editorial
-        changes. It is intended to be readable as a “standalone”
-        document — meaning that readers are meant to be able to
-        use it to get an overview of the changes that have been
-        made, without necessarily needing to read the
-        specification itself or to read through the entire diff
-        document that shows all the changes..</p>
+        specification</a> <a href="#html5">[HTML5]</a>.
+        It documents substantive changes only, and omits editorial
+        changes. It’s intended to be readable as a “standalone”
+        document — so that readers can use it to get an overview
+        of the changes without necessarily needing to read the
+        specification itself.</p>
     </section>
     <section id=status>
       <h2>Status of this Document</h2>
@@ -73,6 +67,17 @@
       <h2>Table of Contents</h2>
     </section>
     <div id=this_sections>
+      <section id=summary_wd2>
+        <h2>2008-06-10: Summary list of selected changes</h2>
+        <p>This section provides a high-level list of selected changes
+        in the current Editor’s Draft of the HTML 5 specification
+        that were made after the June 2008 working draft. For more
+        detailed descriptions of the changes, see the sections in
+        this document that follow this one.</p>
+        <ul>
+          <li> </li>
+        </ul>
+      </section>
       <section id=details_wd2>
         <h2>Current detailed list of changes</h2>
         <p>This section provides a per-section record of changes
@@ -85,6 +90,13 @@
           provides both non-normative (informative) background and
           context information on the specification, as well as
           normative information.</p>
+          <section id=background_wd2>
+            <h2>Section 1.1, Background</h2>
+            <p>This is is a newly titled section that was created
+            during reorganization. It contents were
+            previously in two unsectioned paragraphs directly
+            following the opening title for the section.</p>
+          </section>
           <section id=relationship0_wd2>
             <h2>Section 1.3, Relationships to other specifications</h2>
             <p>In this section, which describes the relationship
@@ -93,7 +105,7 @@
             <ul>
               <li>Text describing the relationship to XHTML 1.x
               was moved to create a new “Relationship to XHTML
-              1.x” section, with the following content:
+              1.x” subsection, with the following content:
               <blockquote>
                 <p><q>This specification is intended to replace
                   XHTML 1.0 as the normative definition of the XML
@@ -118,7 +130,7 @@
               </blockquote>
               </li>
               <li>A new “Relationship to Web Forms 2.0 and XForms”
-              section was added, with the following content:
+              subsection was added, with the following content:
               <blockquote>
                 <p><q>This specification will eventually supplant
                   Web Forms 2.0. The current Web Forms 2.0 draft
@@ -140,18 +152,18 @@
         </section>
         <section id=infrastructure>
           <h2>Section 2 [NEW], Common infrastructure</h2>
-          <p>This section was added during reorganization after
-          the June 2008 working draft; it is a new logical
-          division containing subsections moved from other
-          existing sections.</p>
+          <p>This section was added during reorganization; it is a
+          new logical division containing subsections moved from
+          other existing sections.</p>
           <section id=conformance_wd2>
             <h2>Section 2.1, Conformance requirements</h2>
-            <p>This section
-            provides information about conformance requirements
-            for Web browsers and user agents, conformance
-            checkers, data mining tools, authoring tools, and
-            markup generators. In this section, the following
-            changes were made:</p>
+            <p>This section — which provides information about
+            conformance requirements for Web browsers and user
+            agents, conformance checkers, data mining tools,
+            authoring tools, and markup generators — had been in
+            the “Introduction” section in previous drafts, and was
+            moved here during reorganization. In this
+            section, the following changes were made:</p>
             <ul>
               <li>In the “Features defined in other
               specifications” subsection, the following statement
@@ -176,9 +188,11 @@
           </section>
           <section id=terminology_wd2>
             <h2>Section 2.2, Terminology</h2>
-            <p>This section provides information about specific
-            technical terms used in the specification. In this
-            section, the following changes were made:</p>
+            <p>This section — which provides information about
+            specific technical terms used in the specification —
+            had been in the “Introduction” section in previous
+            drafts, and was moved here during reorganization. In
+            this section, the following changes were made:</p>
             <ul>
               <li>The following statement was added:
               <blockquote>
@@ -194,9 +208,12 @@
           <section id=urls_wd2>
             <h2>Section 2.3, URLs</h2>
             <p>In previous drafts, the “URLs” section was a
-            placeholder, with an editorial note about what it
-            would eventually contain. It is now fairly complete
-            section whose purposes are to:</p>
+            placeholder within the “Semantics and structure of
+            HTML elements” section, with an editorial note about
+            what it would eventually contain; during
+            reorganization, it was moved here and
+            expanded and is now a fairly complete section whose
+            purposes are to:</p>
             <ul>
               <li>define the following terms:
               <ul>
@@ -253,6 +270,16 @@
             statements about resolving a URL to obtain an absolute
             URL.</p>
           </section>
+          <section id=common0_wd2>
+            <h2>Section 2.4, Common microsyntaxes</h2>
+            <p>This section — which describes the conformance
+            criteria for instances of particular data types (such as
+            dates or numbers) used in HTML content, as well as
+            describing how to parse such instances — had been in
+            the “Semantics and structure of HTML elements” section
+            in previous drafts, and was moved here during
+            reorganization.</p>
+          </section>
           <section id=fetching_wd2>
             <h2>Section 2.6 [NEW], Fetching resources</h2>
             <p>This section is newly added. It is a placeholder
@@ -273,6 +300,15 @@
                 established</q></p>
             </blockquote>
           </section>
+          <section id=content-type-sniffing>
+            <h2>Section 2.7, Determining the type of a resource</h2>
+            <p>This newly titled section — which specifies
+            content-sniffing behavior — was previously a
+            subsection titled “Determining the type of a new
+            resource in a browsing context” within the “Web
+            browsers” section. It was moved here during
+            reorganization.</p>
+          </section>
         </section>
         <section id=dom_wd2>
           <h2>Section 3, Semantics and structure of HTML documents</h2>
@@ -300,10 +336,13 @@
             <code class=domattribute>innerHTML</code>
             family of DOM attributes.</li>
           </ul>
-          <section id=documents_fpwd>
+          <section id=documents_wd2>
             <h2>Section 3.2, Documents</h2>
-            <p>This section defines the Document object. In this
-            section, the following changes were made:</p>
+            <p>This section — which defines the Document object —
+            had been in the “The Document Object Model” section in
+            previous drafts, and was moved here during
+            reorganization. In this section, the following changes
+            were made:</p>
             <ul>
               <li>In the “Resource metadata management”
               subsection, which deals in part with the
@@ -314,10 +353,12 @@
           </section>
           <section id=elements_wd2>
             <h2>Section 3.3, Elements</h2>
-            <p>This section defines the
+            <p>This section — which defines the
             <code>HTMLElement</code> interface and global HTML
             content attributes and event-handler content
-            attributes.</p>
+            attributes — had been in the “The Document Object
+            Model” section in previous drafts, and was moved here
+            during reorganization.</p>
             <section id=global_wd2>
               <h2>Section 3.3.3, Global attributes</h2> <p>This
               section defines attributes that may be specified on
@@ -345,12 +386,22 @@
               </ul>
             </section>
           </section>
+          <section id=apis-in_wd2>
+            <h2>Section 3.6, APIs in HTML documents</h2>
+            <p>This section — which provides details about
+            case-insensitivity and case-changing behavior of data
+            returned by certain DOM APIs — had been in the “The
+            Document Object Model” section in previous drafts, and
+            was moved here during reorganization.</p>
+          </section>
           <section id=dynamic_wd2>
             <h2>Section 3.7, Dynamic markup insertion</h2>
-            <p>This section defines mechanisms that enable
+            <p>This section — which defines mechanisms that enable
             script authors to dynamically insert markup into a
-            document. In the section, the following changes were
-            made:</p>
+            document — had been in the “The Document Object Model”
+            section in previous drafts, and was moved here during
+            reorganization. In the section, the following changes
+            were made:</p>
             <ul>
               <li>In the “Dynamic markup insertion in HTML”
               subsection, an instance of the phrase “script that
@@ -371,16 +422,16 @@
         </section>
         <section id=semantics_wd2>
           <h2>Section 4 [NEW], The elements of HTML</h2>
-          <p>This newly titled section was formed from subsections
-          that had previously been in the “Semantics and structure
-          of HTML documents” section. It defines the meanings and
-          content models for each element in the HTML language,
-          and includes both “authoring conformance” or “document
-          conformance” requirements (to enable authors to produce
-          conformant HTML documents) with “implementation
-          conformance” or “user-agent conformance” requirements
-          (to enable implementors to produce conformant HTML user
-          agents).</p>
+          <p>During reorganization, this newly titled section was
+          formed from subsections that had previously been in the
+          “Semantics and structure of HTML documents” section. It
+          defines the meanings and content models for each element
+          in the HTML language, and includes both “authoring
+          conformance” or “document conformance” requirements (to
+          enable authors to produce conformant HTML documents)
+          with “implementation conformance” or “user-agent
+          conformance” requirements (to enable implementors to
+          produce conformant HTML user agents).</p>
           <section id=document_wd2>
             <h2>Section 4.2, Document metadata</h2>
             <p>This section defines the semantics and structure of
@@ -1020,26 +1071,39 @@
                 is typically <em class=highlight>either</em> a
                 Window object <em class=highlight>or an empty
                   object</em></q>.</li>
-              <li>Also in the “Script execution contexts”
-              subsection, the following statement was added:
-              <q>When the script execution context of a script is
-                an empty object, it can’t do anything that
-                interacts with the environment.</q></li>
-              <li>Also in the “Script execution contexts”
-              subsection, a related statement was updated to now
-              read (added text highlighted): <q>A script execution
-                context always has an associated browsing
-                context<em class=highlight>, known as the script
-                  browsing context</em>.</q></li>
-              <li>Also in the “Script execution contexts”
-              subsection, the following statement was added:
-              <q>Every script whose script execution context is a
-                Window object is also associated with a Document
-                object, known as its <em class=highlight>script
-                  document context</em>. It is used to resolve
-                URLs. The document is assigned when the script is
-                created, as with the script browsing
-                context.</q></li>
+              <li>In the “Script execution contexts”
+              subsection, the following changes were made:
+                <ul>
+                  <li>The following statement was added:
+                  <q>When the script execution context of a script is
+                    an empty object, it can’t do anything that
+                    interacts with the environment.</q></li>
+                  <li>A related statement was updated to now
+                  read (added text highlighted): <q>A script execution
+                    context always has an associated browsing
+                    context<em class=highlight>, known as the script
+                      browsing context</em>.</q></li>
+                  <li>The following statement was added:
+                  <q>Every script whose script execution context is a
+                    Window object is also associated with a Document
+                    object, known as its <em class=highlight>script
+                      document context</em>. It is used to resolve
+                    URLs. The document is assigned when the script is
+                    created, as with the script browsing
+                    context.</q></li>
+                  <li>A pair of statements defining the <q>script
+                    browsing context</q> was updated to now read
+                    (changed text highlighted): <q>A script
+                    execution context always has an associated
+                    browsing context, known as the script browsing
+                    context. If the script execution context is a
+                    <em class=highlighted
+                      >WindowBrowsingContext</em> object, then
+                    that object’s browsing context is it</q> (the
+                  text had previously referred to the
+                  <code>Window</code> object).</li>
+                </ul>
+              </li>
               <li>In the “The javascript: protocol” subsection, a
               statement related to navigating the browsing context
               to a <code>javascript:</code> protocol URL was
@@ -1189,12 +1253,11 @@
           <p>This section describes various features that concern
           user interaction with content, including features that
           allow authors to enable users to interactively edit
-          documents and parts of documents. During reorganization
-          after the June 2008 working draft, several subsections
-          were moved from other sections into this one, including
-          the “The contenteditable attribute”, “Activation”, and
-          “Scrolling elements into view”, and “Focus”
-          subsections.</p>
+          documents and parts of documents. During reorganization,
+          several subsections were moved from other sections into
+          this one, including the “The irrelevant attribute”,
+          “Activation”, “Scrolling elements into view”, and
+          “Focus” subsections.</p>
         </section>
         <section id=comms_wd2>
           <h2>Section 7, Communication</h2>
@@ -1234,7 +1297,7 @@
               and to using the resulting <q>absolute URL</q>.</li>
             </ul>
           </section>
-          <section id=server-sent-events_wd2>
+          <section id=network_wd2>
             <h2>Section 7.3, Web sockets [formerly “Network connections”]</h2>
             <p>This section defines a mechanism for enabling Web
             applications to maintain bidirectional communications
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