It’s bug report time!

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As HTML 5 begins the last lap to the fabled W3C stage of Last Call, the editor Ian Hickson has requested that any problems with the spec be reported using the Bugzilla tool rather than simply the mailing list.

You need to register to use it, and then reply to a confirmation email. That’s it. Happy griping!

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[...] It’s bug report time! | HTML5 Doctor html5doctor.com/its-bug-report-time – view page – cached As HTML 5 begins the last lap to the fabled W3C stage of Last Call, the editor Ian Hickson has requested that any problems with the spec be reported using the Bugzilla tool rather than simply the mailing list. You need to register to use it, and then reply to a confirmation email. That’s it. [...] — From the page [...]

Jethro Larson says

You going to put them somewhere public as well for those of us that don’t like jumping through hoops to view web content?

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