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Re: "fighting it out between WGs" (was: inline CSS)

From: Nir Dagan <nir@nirdagan.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2000 12:33:33 -0500
Message-Id: <200002231730.MAA23959@vega.brown.edu>
To: Murray Altheim <altheim@eng.sun.com>, www-html@w3.org
The note in question is probably http://www.w3.org/TR/NOTE-xh
It speaks for itself (e.g., Status of this document etc.).

There aren't agreements there but "discussion and conclusions"

At 09:10 AM 2/23/00 -0800, Murray Altheim wrote:
>Chris Wilson wrote:
>> The <v:rect> is a VML element, referenced by a namespace declaration at the
>> top of the document and linked up to a behavior.  XML elements in HTML -
>> "sprinkles" - were discussed in a W3C-sponsored meeting titled "XML in HTML"
>> several years ago.  I believe a Note was released of the agreements therein.
>You surely aren't trying to state that the W3C has ever endorsed 
>Microsoft's use of 'XML sprinkles' or 'islands'? I can't find any
>W3C NOTE on the subject, nor are there any 'agreements' regarding 
>its use that I'm aware of. As such it remains as always a proprietary
>Microsoft 'feature', not part of any W3C specification.

Nir Dagan
Assistant Professor of Economics
Brown University 
Providence, RI

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