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Re: Curriculum structures up on the Wiki!

From: Chris Mills <cmills@opera.com>
Date: Fri, 9 Dec 2011 18:09:29 +0000
Cc: Virginia DeBolt <virginia@vdebolt.com>, public-webed@w3.org
Message-Id: <91CD8AB2-D740-433D-BE98-8F97D35CE943@opera.com>
To: Doug Schepers <schepers@w3.org>

On 9 Dec 2011, at 17:29, Doug Schepers wrote:

> Hi, Virginia-
> On 12/9/11 11:42 AM, Virginia DeBolt wrote:
>>>> I note that the term "(X)HTML" is used widely throughout the curriculum; we
>>>> may wish to change to the term "HTML", if we consider that a current best
>>>> practice.
>>> We are using HTML5 as the markup standard throughout the rest of the material,
>>> so yes, we should change it to HTML, imo, for consistency's sake.
>> I would be willing to go through the Web Design I&  II courses to change
>> (X)HTML to HTML.
> That would be great!
> In general, there are places where an author may have actually meant XHTML (e.g. referring to specific well-formedness or validity constraints), but I don't know if that occurs in any of the InterACT stuff... I leave it to your judgment.
>> I also want to point out that I created an introductory HTML5 module that
>> was never published on the http://interact.webstandards.org/ site, but it is
>> ready to go on the WaSP EduTF wiki. I can provide the URL if you want it.
> That would be fantastic!  We have a lot of HTML5 reference material, but not a curriculum module.  (Of course, we will want to continue to coordinate with WaSP EduTF on this stuff.)
> You're awesome, Virginia!  Great to see you here in WebEd CG.

Indeed ;-)
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