XHTML 2.0 didn’t quite make it to the finish line, so we’re left with the 1.x versions. W3C will be fixing up the outstanding issues in 1.1 to the end of the year, then retiring the group. So XHTML 2.0 won’t happen as a final W3C Recommendation. However, with so many years of work already poured into it, don’t be surprised if the momentum keeps things going with XHTML continuing outside W3C to asymtotically approach 2.0.
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