Date: Sat, 11 May 1996 14:11:06 +0200 From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Maurizio Codogno) Message-Id: <199605111211.OAA13985@beatles.cselt.stet.it> To: email@example.com Subject: Re: HTML 3.2 Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org I agree with MetaZone that the W3C just *had* to do such a move. I personally would have preferred that features like <CENTER> were labelled as deprecated, and their "better" replacement written at their side. % And using '3.2' helps put the nail in the coffin of the long defunct 3.0 % proposal. And this is a Good Thing. % Personally the two things I want to see most now are <OBJECT> and % Style Sheets. Style sheets should already be inserted into 3.2, IMNHO. It should be a good way to let browser vendors to add support. But probably this is the very reason why they were not added - vendors in the Consortium did not want them :-( As for <MATH>, why don't we create at last a www-math mailing list, and develop a DTD and an Internet-Draft? I admit my near-total ignorance in SGML aspects, but I can give a hand if we decide to start with the math part of the defunct 3.0 ... .mau.