Thursday, July 9, 2009

I'm not *quite* dead!

Steven Pemberton (co-Chair of the XHTML2 Working Group at the W3C) posted a summary of where the activity is and where it is going. It's a worthwhile read!

6 comments:

Tobiii said...

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rustam said...

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Binasa Lakryuzo said...

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Binasa Lakryuzo said...

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kamil kamil said...

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millenium said...

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