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The HTML Working Group has made much progress on HTML5 and related specifications. The HTML Working Group Chairs and the Protocols and Formats WG Chair have been asked by the W3C Team to provide a credible plan to get HTML5 to Recommendation status by 2014. Challenges remain in achieving this goal. We sought to produce a plan that achieves this date and that has minimal risk of delays from unexpected events.
We'd like to now propose our draft plan to the HTML Working Group for consideration. Here are the key points of our plan:
•Revise the draft HTML WG charter to indicate an HTML 5.0 Recommendation in 2014Q4 and an HTML 5.1 Recommendation in 2016Q4.
W3C Publishes Plan To HTML 5.0 In 2014 and 5.1 in 2016 [dev.w3.org]
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