[html5] Last call version to comment on?
bruce at callenish.com
Fri Mar 5 10:24:16 PST 2010
I have a couple of questions about the Last Call for comments on HTML5.
From comments like <http://www.whatwg.org/specs/> "the WHATWG HTML
specification is the next generation of the language, while HTML5 is a
more limited subset with a narrower scope", it sounds like the Last Call
document that should be reviewed is the one at the W3C
<http://dev.w3.org/html5/spec/>. But the Last Call announcement
<http://blog.whatwg.org/html5-at-last-call> talks about submitting
comments in-document, which is allowed in WHATWG drafts but not W3C
drafts. There is also the 2009-10-27 draft, but that will not have
incorporated changes from the comments received so far. So which is the
document that should be reviewed for Last Call?
Also, I wonder whether the Last Call also refers to the /"HTML5
differences from HTML4"/ document. Is it considered part of the spec,
albeit a non-normative one?
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