On Thursday evening (2007-01-25), at the Web Standards Group meeting in Sydney, I'll be doing a presentation about the future of HTML. It will be a 20 minute presentation giving an overview of the new features in HTML5. So, if you're in Sydney and interested learning more about HTML5, or maybe the other 3 topics being presented, RSVP now and come along!
For those of you who can't make it on the night, the slides, and hopefully a podcast of the event, will be made available afterwards.
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One point I made on the WDUI blog that I also I want to make here is that is seems from my time on the REST-discuss list that many of the REST experts tend toward using (what I call well-designed URLs, i.e. URLs where the resource is identified by path instead of query string. With WebForm 2.0's pending support of PUT and DELETE, it would be just short of a crime not to include support for posting to clean URLs in WebForms 2.0.
So I really hope that Ian and the WHATWG can see their way clear to consider adding this feature to WebForms 2.0. And if the main issue with it is needing to have it written up for inclusion in the spec, I'm more than happy to help.