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[Bug 6684] Disregard of RFC 4329 and IANA MIME Media Types

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--- Comment #14 from Ian 'Hixie' Hickson <ian@hixie.ch>  2009-04-01 21:57:23 ---
> So why bother with (X)HTML 5 for all these people? ;-) 

Because HTML5 introduces all kinds of new features. What do the new JS MIME
types introduce?

> Promoting and fostering these new Script Mimetypes through the HTML 5 Spec
> and additionally through a possible new/next Acid test, would be a big, big
> help to make these Mimetypes wider known and used.

Why do we want these new MIME types to be more widely known and used? How does
the human race benefit from these MIME types?

We only have finite resources. We should spend them on features that benefit

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