__/ [ John Bokma ] on Wednesday 09 August 2006 22:02 \__
> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Such situations are among the raison d'etre of designing with
> Recommendations, drafts, standards *depeding* on which document are using.
> If you work according to the recommendations/drafts of W3C you know that
> the recommendations/drafts are called recommendations/drafts.
> For example, most people stating that they use the CSS standard actually
> use the CSS 2.1 *working draft* .
> Calling it a standard means that you (not as you personal) haven't been
> reading the document as good as you try to suggest by calling it a
> standard :-)
>  meaning: it's under construction, the current date shows:
> 11 April 2006
You're right. I have not read it. Thanks for the heads-up.
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