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[Bug 7670] Use of prefixes is too complicated for a Web technology

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--- Comment #12 from Julian Reschke <julian.reschke@gmx.de>  2009-09-18 20:36:26 ---
(In reply to comment #11)
> > How is it relevant whether a specific technology has the same level of
> > "deployed success"?
> 
> If you're trying to work out whether a technology is usable or not, then it
> being successful or not is a useful indicator.

Depends on a certain definition of "successful". Is WebDAV successful? Is Atom?
Is JCR? Is CMIS? Is Docbook? Is XSLT?

> > And it it's relevant, why does HTML5 include tons of stuff that hasn't any
> > "deployed success" at all?
> 
> The things that haven't had much deployed success are either obsoleted (like
> profile="") or mostly harmless (like <kbd>). As far as I know, none of the new
> features rely on design patterns that we have reason to believe won't succeed.
> If I'm wrong about this, please file bugs about them.

Microdata. Ping. And probably lots more I haven't noticed yet.


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