web forms and XML on O'Reilly.
"Recently, the W3C published a new Member Submission: Web Forms 2.0, or WF2, based on a numbering system where the 1.0 version is the forms chapter of HTML 4.01 plus some DOM interfaces, which I collectively call "classic forms". To be clear, the Submission process is designed to "to propose technology or other ideas for consideration by the Team" that is, W3C staffers. Unlike documents on the Recommendation track, Submission status doesn't imply any future course for the W3C or any endorsement of the content.
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