W3C, HTML5, 42 #2
Just so you know, my friend Ian Jacobs, head of W3C Communications and editor of the W3C Process document, editor of innumerable W3C specs, pinged me a couple of days ago to have a chat about the W3C, the bloggers, life and the rest. We spent an hour talking on the phone yesterday evening and I gave him a long and detailed description of what I think should change in W3C and what are the current issues.
As I said a while ago (last line of this article), I am of good will, and I am always willing to help. And on the W3C side, people are of good will too, willing to listen, and aware of the recent critical blog articles.