Microsoft starts digging into HTML 5 proposed specification

After leaving much of the creation of a new version of HTML to Apple, Google, Opera, and Mozilla, Microsoft has joined HTML 5. In an effort to renovate HyperText Markup Language, Microsoft offered a host of questions and concerns with the present proposal – "As part of our planning for future work, the IE team is reviewing the current […]

After leaving much of the creation of a new version of HTML to Apple, Google, Opera, and Mozilla, Microsoft has joined HTML 5. In an effort to renovate HyperText Markup Language, Microsoft offered a host of questions and concerns with the present proposal – "As part of our planning for future work, the IE team is reviewing the current editor's draft of the HTML5 spec and gathering our thoughts. We want to share our feedback and discuss this in the working group," said Internet Explorer Program Manager Adrian Bateman in the message. "I will post our notes as we collect them so we can iterate on our thinking more quickly. At this stage we have more questions than answers, but I believe that discussing them in public is the best way to make progress."