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* Bruce Lawson, article agreeing with Tantek, July 06 [http://www.brucelawson.co.uk/2006/breaking-news-w3c-specs-are-not-word-of-god/ Breaking news: w3c specs are not the Word of God]
 
* Bruce Lawson, article agreeing with Tantek, July 06 [http://www.brucelawson.co.uk/2006/breaking-news-w3c-specs-are-not-word-of-god/ Breaking news: w3c specs are not the Word of God]
 
* +1 [http://wiki.whatwg.org/wiki/User:Cssquirrel Kyle Weems]
 
* +1 [http://wiki.whatwg.org/wiki/User:Cssquirrel Kyle Weems]
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* +1 [http://wiki.whatwg.org/wiki/User:Erikvorhes Erik Vorhes]
 
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Research, data, use cases, issues, and enhancements related to the HTML5 cite element.

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speaker

The cite element has been used (and recommended to be used) to refer to speakers in a conversation, or individuals when quoting them, thus HTML5 should explicitly permit and encourage this use.

This section serves to document both uses in the wild, and long-standing recommendations/documentations thereof.

examples in the wild

documentation

opinions

related

references