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* I think this section too should go too. --[[User:Michel Fortin|Michel Fortin]]
 
* I think this section too should go too. --[[User:Michel Fortin|Michel Fortin]]
 
** I agree.  If needed, we could create a glossary, but I don't think abbreviations and other terms should be on separate pages. --[[User:Lachlan Hunt|Lachlan Hunt]] 22:05, 15 Nov 2006 (PST)
 
** I agree.  If needed, we could create a glossary, but I don't think abbreviations and other terms should be on separate pages. --[[User:Lachlan Hunt|Lachlan Hunt]] 22:05, 15 Nov 2006 (PST)
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*** I agree that this can be condensed to a single page, but I think we still need a page for this. A glossary is a good idea. --[[User:Matthew Raymond|Matthew Raymond]]

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WHATWG Specifications

  • I think this whole section should go. Problems should be categorised by what they apply to, not classified by which specification should solve them. The solution, not the problem, is bound to a particular specification. --Michel Fortin
    • I agree that problems shouldn't be categorised by the specification, but I don't agree this section should go. I think it's ok to provide some documentation about the actual specifications, including the actual features included within. It should be used to provide summaries and examples of actual features. Only when a proposal has been accepted and included in the spec, should it be included in this section. --Lachlan Hunt 22:03, 15 Nov 2006 (PST)

Terms, Acronyms and Abbreviations

  • I think this section too should go too. --Michel Fortin
    • I agree. If needed, we could create a glossary, but I don't think abbreviations and other terms should be on separate pages. --Lachlan Hunt 22:05, 15 Nov 2006 (PST)
      • I agree that this can be condensed to a single page, but I think we still need a page for this. A glossary is a good idea. --Matthew Raymond