OOPS! META got promoted; why did nbsp go away?

eric@spyglass.com (Eric W. Sink)
Date: Fri, 7 Oct 94 16:42:17 EDT
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Subject: OOPS!  META got promoted; why did nbsp go away?
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I just re-read the note from Dan that mentioned he promoted META to the
normal part of the standard.  I guess you should disregard the message I
just sent about it staying in the proposed section.

Why did nbsp go away?  I may have missed the reasoning behind its removal,
but I consider it current practice, and believe that it should be part of
the standard, or at least proposed.

Eric W. Sink, Software Engineer --  eric@spyglass.com 217-355-6000 ext 237
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