[whatwg] Web Forms 2.0 submission to W3C
Olav Junker Kjær
olav at olav.dk
Tue Apr 12 03:56:38 PDT 2005
Ian Hickson wrote:
> It is good news.
Congratulations then! :-)
> It is the first step to working with the W3C to move the
> development of the WHATWG specifications into the W3C fold, while keeping
> the open nature of the WHATWG development process.
Thats cool, but isn't this going to delay the spec for years?
I actually agree with W3C that XForms is much more powerful and elegant
that WF2, I just think that WF2 is interesting because it has a hope of
being practically usable and used on the world wide web in the near
future. Without this possibility, WF2 really hasn't much going for it
compared to XForms. Or am I to pessimistic?
Olav Junker kjær
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