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W3C TPAC Presentation on HTML Extensibility

By Noah | November 4, 2009

This morning I gave an invited talk at the 2009 W3C Technical Plenary (TPAC) summarizing the ongoing controversy regarding HTML 5 Extensibility.  The presentation files are available in .ppt, .odp, and .pdf formats in the W3C public archive.  Discussion welcome here.

Topics: Web, Internet, Computing | 1 Comment »

One Response to “W3C TPAC Presentation on HTML Extensibility”

  1. Decentralized Extensibility Worries the Bejesus Out of Me! « Thinking Out Loud… Says:
    July 6th, 2010 at 4:01 AM

    (I’ve edited this comment for Simon Harper. It appears that he tried to post a comment pointing to his very interesting thoughts on Decentralized Extensibility, but somehow it got garbled on its way into WordPress. In any case, he appears to be trying to suggest you read http://simon.harper.name/2010/07/06/decentralized-extensibility-worries-the-bejesus-out-of-me/ , which is indeed very worthwhile. [Noah])

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