Of course what this says is that specifying something by a committe is fraught with difficulty and rarely will the documentation match reality until we are at the end of the process. Whilst BrowserUK does make the valid point that the spec documents don't yet reflect much of the work in the developer community, it's nice to hear that those of us in the non *nix world don't have to worry about merlyns often somewhat myopic view of the world of computing. We might not like *doze, but we do have to deal with it.
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