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the default codec still hasn't been decided.
its not like they don't have time. HTML5 isn't scheduled to be a proposed recommendation until 2022 http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/programming-and-development/?p=71...
Yeah, but it will have to be implemented long before that. The 2022 thing is a huge misunderstanding. People think it means nothing will happen until then, which is wrong.
Jeez... won't we be using HTML 10 by then? No wonder browser makers make their own standards if it takes so long for the w3c to do anything!
There is no such thing as a default codec. And there shouldn’t be. There should be consensus, yes, but no one mandated codec.
When the image tag was created the spec could have mandated the XBM format, since that was common at the time.
Mandating a codec now will be just as out of date and impractical as only allowing XBM files for image tags in many year’s time.