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Jonathan Robie wrote:
> A W3C standard can't become a Recommendation without implementations.
> It's useful to have tests that show what has been correctly implemented,
> so that we can demonstrate that there really are implementations.
Yes. It would also be useful if those tests were used to develop
W3C-sanctioned test marks, so the marketplace would have some way to
tell, except by painful experience, which products actually implement