Just a heads-up to those of you who like to follow the nitty gritty of 
spec development here: The HTML spec has joined the other WHATWG specs on 
GitHub, rather than being alone in the svn.whatwg.org SVN repository. This 
will enable other WHATWG editors to also contribute to the HTML spec, so 
you might get replies from Anne, Domenic, or Philip rather than just me. 
As part of this we are also going to move to using GitHub issues rather 
than bugs in the W3C Bugzilla. (This also means the widget in the lower 
left is gone for now. Hopefully we'll figure out a way to add that back.) 
Don't worry though, we're still going to track the bugs in the W3C 
Bugzilla, there's no need to manually go and move them over or anything.

Let me know if you have any questions. In theory this shouldn't really 
have any practical impact on anyone except us editors and those of you 
filing bugs.

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