W3C Web Standards Evangelism Mailing List
Sunday July 7th, 2002
Brant Langer Gurganus writes: "The Quality Assurance Interest Group at the W3C has created a new Evangelism mailing-list: public-evangelist. Its mission is to encourage and discuss web standards education."
To subscribe, send an email to email@example.com with "Subscribe" as the Subject. Hopefully this new mailing list will encourage more Gecko-friendly sites on the Web. Also take a look at the Mozilla Evangelism page to find out how you can help with Mozilla's own evangelism efforts.
#2 Re: Acronym Tag
Sunday July 7th, 2002 7:36 PM
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"I'm glad to see major sites (MZ is a major site to me) are starting to use the <acronym> (X)HTML tag. Of course, most of us here know what the W3C is, but it's a good start."
Actually, it was <abbr>. :-)