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XBL Submission to the W3C

Friday February 23rd, 2001

Ian Hickson writes:
"Earlier today, the W3C acknowledged the XBL Specification that AOL submitted on behalf of Mozilla.org. This is the first document to be published on the W3C site that has "Mozilla" written all over it, and so is a great reason for rejoicing!!!

The next step is for the CSS Working Group within the W3C to discuss the submission in more depth, with a view to come up with a W3C Recommendation which is liked by all those concerned (including the competition of course)."

You can also read what the W3C thought of XBL. A great day for Mozilla indeed!


#18 Re: Re: Re: Spice

by michaelg <mike@vee.net>

Thursday March 1st, 2001 5:53 PM

You are replying to this message

"The interaction capabilities are nice but if you can't deliver a professional appearance, forget it!"

Ahh, did you read that page's title? ("Test #5") Did you note which menu the link to it is under in Mozilla? ("Debug")

It's a test, for debugging. It isn't a 100% polished, all singing, all dancing, killer post-it-note application. It was used to test and debug XBL. It's useful as an example. It isn't useful as an application. How many teach-yourself books give you 100% complete applications with a professional appearance? Not many.

Given that it was constructed using XHTML, ECMAScript and CSS, it *would* be possible to make it look and work as professionally as any web site out there, but why bother for a demo meant for testing and debugging?