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HTML 5 Help Mailing List

The WHAT WG has established a Help Mailing List for Web Applications 1.0 (HTML 5 and XHTML 5) and Web Forms 2.0 questions.

help-whatwg.org

This open mailing list offers web developers (or, authors) answers to general and “How-To” questions which are not applicable on the Specifications List like, “When Can I start using HTML5”, “How do I upgrade my HTML4 page to use Web Forms?”, “What is a web application?”, “Why does this not work?” and any others. It also is suitable for philosophical questions like “Why should I use HTML5?”

See the help-whatwg.org page for the standard subscribe details. Then, ask questions.

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Sean Fraser posted this on February 3, 2007 10:35 AM.

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