New mailing list: HTML 5 Help
It is quite understandable that there is some confusion surrounding the future of HTML right now, with the WHAT Working Group becoming more widely known, the W3C rechartering their HTML Working Group, and all the talk about HTML 5.
So you may have questions but don’t know where to ask them.
Well, a good place to ask any questions you might have about Web Applications 1.0 (a.k.a. HTML 5 and XHTML 5) is the HTML 5 Help mailing list, help-whatwg.org, established by the WHAT Working Group.
Any questions regarding HTML 5 are welcome, including “Why is HTML 5 being developed?”, “When can HTML 5 be used?”, and “Why should I use HTML5?”.
Subscribe and start asking – and answering, if you can – questions. By contributing you will increase the chances of the HTML 5 specification becoming a usable, understandable specification.
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