2006-08-23 00:29 UTC Extending HTML4 Forms: Web Forms 2.0 at the W3C
What started almost three years ago as a proof of concept, showing that it was possible to extend HTML4, has now reached the level of W3C Working Draft.
I wasn't actually pushing for this spec to get published by the W3C (recent events are symptomatic of why), but it got published anyway. I'll take that as a compliment.
The best part of all this, though, is that I managed to get the word "frankensteinesque" onto the /TR/ page!
Incidentally, I don't think I mentioned this, but XBL2 also made it to the W3C recently (in June, in fact). I've readied the draft for a last call, so hopefully that will happen in the coming weeks. (I added like a bazillion examples. I sure hope you all like them.)