Three documents have been published for HTML 5 by the HTML Working Group.
- HTML 5 Publication Notes, W3C Working Group Note 10 June 2008, is an update of what has been added, removed and changed in the HTML 5 specification since the 1st Working Draft. You can consider it as a log of changes. It is particulary helpful if you are following one of the sections of HTML 5 specification and want to know about its status.
- HTML 5 differences from HTML 4, W3C Working Draft 10 June 2008. This document gives context on what has been changed in HTML between version 4 and version 5.
- HTML 5, A vocabulary and associated APIs for HTML and XHTML, W3C Working Draft 10 June 2008.
In addition of these 3 documents, the HTML Working Group has also published a W3C Note on May 30, 2008 about Offline Web Applications. The abstract is quite clear:
HTML 5 contains several features that address the challenge of building Web applications that work while offline. This document highlights these features (SQL, offline application caching APIs as well as online/offline events, status, and the localStorage API) from HTML 5 and provides brief tutorials on how these features might be used to create Web applications that work offline.
If you had any particular questions about these documents, just leave a comment here. If you want to comment on the technologies, send a comment to the appropriate mailing-list email@example.com.