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From: Peter Neri <peter_neri@gdt1.com>
Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2001 08:29:56 -0400 (EDT)
Message-Id: <sb8f4af9.089@grpwise1>
To: <www-html@w3.org>
Can anyone answer the question below?

Peter Neri


This kind of question is best addressed to the list 
<www-html@w3.org>.  That's where the experts hang out.


At 04:10 PM 8/30/2001, you wrote:
>Hello Mr. Kotok,
>I have been developing new markup code based on the assumption that xhtml>
 will be the next revision to html. It takes a little more attention and 
>time to validate the code at the w3 website than just sticking with html.>
 People who work in IT at my place of business don't seem particularly 
>alarmed about xhtml or cleaning up html code to comply. I realize that 
>html will probably be never "locked out" of a future browser, but is there>
 any reason to be concerned about xhtml one day upsetting the html apple cart?
>Thanks for any info,
>Peter Neri

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