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[Bug 7546] "HTML 5" Editor's draft misnamed and suboptimal for HTML content authors unless refactored into HTML (main) and DOM API (appendix).

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Geoffrey Sneddon <geoffers+w3cbugs@gmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #3 from Geoffrey Sneddon <geoffers+w3cbugs@gmail.com>  2009-09-11 18:57:12 ---
Do we not inevitably need some sort of infoset to define elements/attributes
for both HTML and XHTML, as well as to define the tree the parser creates? I
can see no way to define parsing without having some sort of tree model to
parse to, and creating an infoset that is not DOM will likely alienate more
readers, as many are familiar with DOM through its presence in scripting.

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