Needless to say Mark is upset about XHTML 2.0. Of course he shouldn't complain too loudly lest he get drafted as a technical expert by the committee.

What I find most puzzling is the lack of movement on XForms. As of now it looks like the only place it will make an appearance is in XHTML 2.0. I would really like to see an XHTML+SVG+MathML+XForms profile.

test

Posted by joe on 2007-01-12

This is a test

Posted by j on 2007-01-12

This is my test text.

Posted by joe on 2007-01-12

☤ Resolvers

Posted by ☤ Resolvers on 2007-01-12

☤ Resolvers

Posted by ☤ Resolvers on 2007-01-12

Red

☤ Resolvers

Posted by ☤ Resolvers on 2007-01-12

Now I can include svg inline in my comments.

Posted by ☤ Resolvers on 2007-01-12

I'm over here.

Posted by joe on 2007-01-12

This is a test and a URI

Posted by fred on 2007-01-12

test
fred

Posted by joe on 2007-01-12

Testing the trash

Posted by joe on 2007-01-12

test

Posted by j on 2007-01-12

Now with preview

Posted by joe on 2007-01-13

Now with preview

Posted by joe on 2007-01-13

Bold Italics

Posted by joe on 2007-01-13

Bold Italics

Posted by joe on 2007-01-13

Bold Italics

Posted by joe on 2007-01-13

Bold Italics

Posted by joe on 2007-01-13

Bold Italics

Posted by joe on 2007-01-13

Bold Italics

Posted by joe on 2007-01-13

Bold Italics

Posted by joe on 2007-01-13

Bold Italics

Italics

int f(x) {
   return 2*x;
}


Posted by joe on 2007-01-13

This is fixed. i.e. not broken.

Posted by joe on 2007-01-13

This is a test of the emergency broadcast system.

Posted by joe on ie on 2007-01-14