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Ann Navarro wrote:
> The HTML WG, for lack of service elsewhere, HAS taken a "leadership
> role" as others have suggested in quite a number of areas. When people
> figure out that's what has happened, hysteria happens, and 18 months
> later the bulk ofwhat we suggested gets implemented, under the guise
> of someone else dreamingit up.
I'm not proposing to do something radical in a furtive way. I'm
proposing the HTML WG look around for a problem that needs solving,
write up a description of the problem and invent XHTML 2.0 as a solution
to the stated problem.