Call for comments on XHTML 2.0

Karl calls for comments on the W3C XHTML 2.0 working draft:

It's a bit unusual coming from me, but I think that if all developers and users of the web want a language that fits their needs, it is absolutely necessary to participate in the re-reading of the working draft document. Everyone can participate.

Everyone? Including Mark?

Pour les francophones qui peuvent lire l'anglais mais ne se sentent pas formuler leurs commentaires en langue de Shakespeare, Karl suggère de contacter OpenWeb, une ressource bien utile pour qui veut comprendre les standards web en langue de Molière.


j'aime quand tu parles Français, un bol d'air.
Traduction :
I kiff load when you speak French

L'important, c'est de les faire au bon endroit.

Des commentaires sur un carnet Web ne mène à rien car contractuellement le groupe de travail n'est pas obligé de les écouter, donc cela fait plaisir à Mark, et c'est tout ;)

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