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At 02:30 AM 11/2/2002 +1100, Rick Jelliffe wrote:
>Unlike Ann, I don't think the W3C is the best group to figure out
>a good mapping. This is because they are just one of the stakeholders,
>and they must have an interest in just rubberstamping whatever
>HTML has done.
I don't think I'd go that far. The HTML WG has resisted efforts to add to
or modify our own list much over the past few years (we've declined to add
z-caron, recently because of it), but I don't think anyone from the group
has asserted that the W3C should just rubber stamp our list.
What I'm most interested in is a means of using such a list (whomever
defines it) in a way that doesn't require gymnastics like internal DTD
subsets. I don't think that's asking for anything outlandish.
Ann Navarro, WebGeek, Inc.
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