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There are quite a few places in HTML5 that have issue boxes. This page lists the remaining items that are not yet included into the main specification properly:
There are quite a few places in HTML5 that have issue boxes. This page lists the remaining items that are not yet included into the main specification properly:


* Ruby (http://www.w3.org/TR/ruby/)
* <del>Ruby (http://www.w3.org/TR/ruby/)</del>
* Rendering
* <del>Rendering</del>
* Forms (Web Forms 2.0)
* <del>Forms (Web Forms 2.0)</del>
 
If enough experience is gained on time the following features will be looked at as well:
 
* <del>SVG and MathML support in the HTML syntax</del>
* Extensibility in HTML


There are several other features considered for future versions:
There are several other features considered for future versions of HTML:


* ECMAScript Threading API (based on Google Gears WorkerPool)
* <del>ECMAScript Threading API (based on Google Gears WorkerPool)</del>
* API for 3D immediate mode graphics
* <del>API for 3D immediate mode graphics</del>

Latest revision as of 15:00, 20 October 2012

This document is obsolete.

For more information, see: WHATWG Issues List


There are quite a few places in HTML5 that have issue boxes. This page lists the remaining items that are not yet included into the main specification properly:

If enough experience is gained on time the following features will be looked at as well:

  • SVG and MathML support in the HTML syntax
  • Extensibility in HTML

There are several other features considered for future versions of HTML:

  • ECMAScript Threading API (based on Google Gears WorkerPool)
  • API for 3D immediate mode graphics