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In my tracking of the Open Web Platform for writing the weekly summary, I decided to be a bit more careful on what is happening on the HTML WG bug tracker. A lot of the discussion is happening there too. The biggest issue being the number of useless comments or spam.
Last week in Tokyo, there was the wonderful Web Directions East 2008. It was yet another opportunity to hear and discuss how people feel about W3C open Web standards. Two patterns often arise in these discussions: implementation first and specification first. Both lead to reproaches. What is the role of W3C?
When creating a requirement in a specification should I link to it or should I include it. The answer depends on the context.
By: Olivier Thereaux
What is the best place to talk to the W3C? With many mailing-lists, blogs or wikis, groups in the organization have more than a couple of ears on. Yet sometimes one stumbles upon the best feedback or ideas on other random blogs or sites. And there comes the dilemma: centralize and simplify feedback, or spend more time scouting for faraway ideas?