W3C Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group asking for feedback!
From W3C Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group Blog
The Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group has released last week the first version of Mobile Web Best Practices 1.0, the core document the group is working on.
While the document is not complete and doesn’t reflect completely the group consensus, it is a very important achievement for us to show where we’re heading; it also invites comments on some specific issues on which the group would like to hear about… Don’t wait any second: go read it, and send comments
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