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[Bug 11828] Drop hgroup completely until more research has been conducted

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--- Comment #18 from Shelley Powers <shelleyp@burningbird.net> 2011-05-03 23:21:30 UTC ---
Sorry, consistently "applied" procedure in place.

As for the books--if the specification changes because of processes and
procedures in place, then yeah, authors take that gamble. Note, though, that
this hurts all the readers, too, so don't discount the negative impact of
significant spec changes at this time in the process.

Still, a logically arrived at and consistently applied change has to be
accepted by everyone. 

But if the change is applied inconsistently, capriciously--more, in my opinion,
to disrupt than form a consensus--than no, authors shouldn't have to pay the
cost. 

Authors shouldn't have to pay the cost for immaturity. No one should.

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