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Idea -Not sure who to talk to

From: Daniel Hendrycks <kondo8@hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 06 Jan 2010 20:54:56 -0600
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Hi, I am Daniel Hendrycks

I would like to request/propose a service to the W3C. This service would  
check for coding errors then fix the errors if not all. It is like Tidy  
but actually developed by the W3C, with the W3C developing it would reach  
more people (since the W3C is more popular), which in turn would make the  
quality of the web increase by having more validated pages, and it have a  
better algorithm. Tidy does not fix every coding error, I think if a  
service like Tidy was more developed it would fix more of those errors. I  
think Tidy's development has almost stopped because there has not been an  
update in years. I'm not sure about that.

Could someone please point me in the right direction or could you bring  
this idea up some time to other members?

Thanks in advance,
Daniel Hendrycks :)

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