WD-forms-970203 released [was: Enhancements to Forms - another loss??]

Dan Connolly (connolly@w3.org)
Tue, 18 Feb 1997 23:18:03 -0600

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Date: Tue, 18 Feb 1997 23:18:03 -0600
From: Dan Connolly <connolly@w3.org>
To: simon@ned.dem.csiro.au
CC: www-html@w3.org
Subject: WD-forms-970203 released [was: Enhancements to Forms - another loss??]

Simon Cox wrote:
> I recall back around the time of HTML 3.0 there was some
> discussion of enhancing the FORM interface.  Has this now
> been completely abandoned?


I give you:

Design Issues for HTML

        W3C Working Draft 03-Feb-97

This version: 
Latest Release: 
     Dave Raggett <dsr@w3.org> 
     Scott Isaacs <scotti@microsoft.com> 

Status of this document

This document is an intermediate draft produced by the W3C
HTML Working Group Board as part of the HTML Activity; it is
stable enough to be released for public comment (to
www-html@w3.org) but may change before approval as (part
of) a recommendation. Hence it should not be implemented as
part of a production system, but may be implemented on an
experimental basis.

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     The HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is a
     simple markup language used to create hypertext
     documents that are portable from one platform to
     another. HTML documents are SGML documents
     with generic semantics that are appropriate for
     representing information from a wide range of
     applications. This document reviews the design
     requirements for forms in hypertext documents and
     presents some possible directions for extending
     HTML 2.0 to meet these requirements. A phased
     implementation plan is proposed.