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Jeremy Lavergne jeremy at
Tue Jul 14 12:54:09 PDT 2009

I don't seeing using HTML 5 as an upgrade so much as a side step.  It  
doesn't break things -- even as far back as IE6, which most companies  

Also, since yet another ticket has shown up due to having to do fun  
fancy tagging due to the XML side of XHTML, I figured it would be  
another reason to bring back the discussion of getting of XHTML.

On Jul 14, 2009, at 3:48 PM, Walt Pawley wrote:

> Ah, my category.
> It's been my experience that every such "upgrade" breaks the
> functionality of browsers that are not "up to date." New
> browsers, OTOH, seldom have trouble rendering decent
> presentations of the standards of their predecessors'. Is the
> point of fixing what isn't broken just being "politically
> correct?"

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