[whatwg] Linking to the HTML accessibility API mapping draft

It's generally safe to assume that the WHATWG spec doesn't suppress
useful information even though W3C publications occasionally might.

However, in the case of
the WHATWG spec suppresses the document from the Recommended Reading
section. This reduces one's ability to trust that if one reads the
WHATWG spec, information isn't suppressed.

While I realize that the API mapping document isn't even nearly done
yet, is it so incorrect that it's more useful not to let people know
that exists than to link to it alongside the Polyglot guide (which, I
imagine, isn't recommended reading in the sense of recommending that the
Polyglot guide be followed for Web authoring)?

Henri Sivonen
hsivonen at iki.fi

Received on Thursday, 16 June 2011 05:10:09 UTC