Proposal for the W3C to adopt HTML 5
April 13, 2007 by Frank Beverdam Source article

Mozilla, Opera, and Apple have advised the W3C to adopt the HTML 5 work from WHATWG.

HTML 5 specifies existing HTML4 markup and APIs with much clearer conformance criteria  for both implementations and documents. It specifies many useful  additions, in many cases drawing on features that have existed in  browser-based implementations for a long time. And it actively draws  on feedback from implementers and content authors.

HTML5, comprising the Web Apps 1.0 and Web Forms 2.0 specifications,  is the product of many years of collaborative effort.

Apple, Mozilla and Opera will agree to arrange a non-exclusive copyright assignment to 
the W3 Consortium for HTML5 specifications.

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