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[whatwg] Refactoring HTML reviewers sought

From: Brady J. Frey <brady@dotfive.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2007 08:41:13 -0700
Message-ID: <46263C19.3070008@dotfive.com>
I would be interested from an advanced level, and I'd have some of my 
junior designers look at it too - the ones with some more aggressive 
ongoing training. Might be some good feedback on how it reads to them?

Elliotte Harold wrote:
> My next book, Refactoring HTML, is gearing up for the review process. 
> It includes some HTML 5/Web Forms 2.0 content. It also includes some 
> chapters that are going to drive some people here right up the wall. 
> (Let's just say, it's very pro-well-formedness, pro-validity, and 
> pro-XHTML.)
> If anyone here would like an early opportunity to review it and 
> comment on it, please let me know and I'll put you on the list. People 
> who disagree vehemently with my premises and conclusions are 
> especially solicited, since in my experience people who don't like 
> what you're saying are more likely to notice the holes in your 
> arguments. :-)
> It's not necessary to read the entire book to comment on it. Comments 
> on specific sections are also quite helpful.
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