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[Bug 14087] Return sections of HTML5 that were removed outside of the W3C

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Date: Thu, 08 Sep 2011 19:22:05 +0000
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--- Comment #6 from Shelley Powers <shelleyp@burningbird.net> 2011-09-08 19:22:05 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #5)
> (In reply to comment #4)
> > This bug is focused on the move, but I do believe once the move is reverted, 
> the section was removed as a result of a bug raised in the w3c html wg's
> bugzilla component by another w3c working group. I don't think that the move
> should be reverted on process grounds. If there is a technical issue with the
> specification of the methods moving from htmldocument then you are of course
> free to re-open bug 11204.
> > we also need to address the fact that the HTML WG is making changes to elements
> > controlled by other working groups.
> That may or may not be an issue in general but it certainly isn't an issue
> here.
> The issue was raised by me acting on behalf of the Math WG explicitly so that
> as far as possible all the elements in an HTML+SVG+MathML document have the
> same facilities with respect to  DOM manipulation. The resolution was that the
> relevant methods should not be specified as HTML-specific.
> I don't read anything in to the fact that the editors draft (which is just a
> first draft) is currently hosted at any particular location. There is plenty of
> time to host a W3C version if that is thought desirable.


I don't believe that MathML is the only group using Element. 

And until such time as the document is hosted within the W3C, it should remain
in the HTML5 specification. 

Or at least that's the reason why I submitted this bug.

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