Re: [Bug 27109] New: HTM5 not a W3C recommendation yet

I don't think there is any way to know exactly when. But there are a lot of indications that it is probably only a couple of weeks away.

20.10.2014, 17:53, "" <>:
> ššššššššššššBug ID: 27109
> šššššššššššSummary: HTM5 not a W3C recommendation yet
> šššššššššššProduct: HTML WG
> šššššššššššVersion: unspecified
> ššššššššššHardware: PC
> ššššššššššššššššOS: Windows NT
> ššššššššššššStatus: NEW
> ššššššššššSeverity: normal
> ššššššššššPriority: P2
> šššššššššComponent: HTML5: The Markup Language (editor: Michael(tm) Smith)
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> To whom it may concern.
> In Italy we have a law that states that a web site must
> use only international standard formats to implement web accessibility.
> We know HTML5 would be practically more functional for implementing web
> accessibility but we cannot use that for public entities and other
> subjects that have to obey this law.
> So the question is : have you an idea about when HTML will become a W3C
> Recommendation or can you point me to a good information source about that?
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