> This is a nice, simple list that does not preclude more sophisticated
> relationships at a later date. I am certainly interested in pursuing
> this, and since Murray and Craig are just around the corner (albeit
> different corners), I would be very happy to help.
> Should we move this to a separate mailing list?
Please, no. This list is archived and reasonably reliable, and the
collection of folks is about right, I'd say.
This fits neatly in with the new charter/strategy for this group.
We're working on:
The Multilingual World Wide Web
- Gavin Nicole, w/Glenn Adams etc.
"Character Set" Considered Harmful
* File Upload
proposal from Xerox folks
See: http://www.ics.uci.edu/pub/ietf/html/ and go from there.
Who's writing this up? Yuri? Murry? Dave?
Also,Toward Graceful Deployment of Tables in HTML
* Navigational Idioms
Link relationships, Banner, Table of Contents, Agregate Documents, ...
Craig Hubley, Murray Malone
* Structural Idioms
ID, Class, Sections/Divisions, ranges/spans/spots,
Dave Raggett needs to separate this from the rest of the HTML 3.0 spec.
* Forms, Image Maps, and Interactive Applications
Somebody needs to do a comprehensive write-up of this.
Authors: if you have any status info or questions, please mail
them (at least) to myself and Erik Sink <email@example.com>,
if not to the whole list.
Daniel W. Connolly "We believe in the interconnectedness of all things"
Research Technical Staff, MIT/W3C