Do we need two HTML5 standards?
The two organizations currently responsible for the development of HTML have decided on a degree of separation and this means that in the future there will be two versions of HTML5 - the snapshot and the living standard. Does this mean that we need to decide which version to use when we want to develop HTML5 apps? Do we need to mention which version we refer when we are talking about HTML5? Do we really need two HTML5 standards?
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