Re: brainstorming: test cases, issues, goals, etc.

I agree that it can often be a nightmare to work on a moving target.

We should converse more openly with the WHAT WG to ascertain their
intentions.  It's my understanding that their group was formed because there
was no W3C working group, but now that there is, will they continue
developing their spec. in parallel or fold their group into this one?  Time
will tell, of course, but it makes sense to communicate with them sooner
rather than later.

June will be upon us anon.

-- Jough

On 3/15/07, Daniel Glazman <>
> On 14/03/2007 20:00, Luka Kladaric wrote:
> > Hi all, this is my first post..
> >
> > On 3/14/07, Daniel Glazman <>
> > wrote:
> >> That's not enough. If you want the HTML WG ro review a spec, the spec
> >> must be frozen for some time and the reviewed version must be the last
> >> one.
> >
> > I'm interested in knowing why?
> Sorry to answer late, I was away from the office.
> Well, it's rarely good to work on a document under review, right ?
> </Daniel>

Jough Dempsey

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