Once more into Versioning — this time with HTML

The W3C TAG has worked on the general issue of “versioning” for many years, and many TAG members may be worn out on the issue.
However, undeterred by past history, I’m taking another run at it, this time trying to look specifically at the issues around versioning of HTML, CSS, JavaScript and other parts of the standard web browser landscape.
Part of what’s new (I think) is looking at the cost/benefits around deployment. See the www-tag mailing list archive for the HTML and versioning threads.

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