[whatwg] Re: LABEL and radio/checkbox onclick
ian at hixie.ch
Sun Aug 29 10:27:36 PDT 2004
On Thu, 26 Aug 2004, Malcolm Rowe wrote:
> > >
> > > Narrowing a specification to *forbid* the hitherto-correct behavior
> > > followed by the 95%-dominant UA may achieve a variety of good and
> > > useful things, but interoperability is manifestly not one of them. I
> > > would greatly appreciate receiving a genuine answer.
> > [...] It does improve interoperability, in that new browsers are more
> > likely to do the spec thing than just pick a random behaviour.
> _Defining it_ improves interoperability, agreed. I think that Matthew's
> point was that defining it to be the _opposite_ from the current market
> leader can't really be said to improve interoperability in the short
True, on the short term it doesn't really change much.
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