Do you think JS and DDA are at odd's completely? Is it just a matter of client expectation management or should the web-world be working harder as a whole to address this issue
Answer please in less than 10,000 words
[ August 26, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
Ulf...not sure why you edited the title as I specifically wanted to get Stoyan's thoughts on this topic hence I indicated it was a question to him? I realise it is a more general question rather than specifically about the book. If you feel it is not appropriate for him, please delete as you see fit. [ August 26, 2008: Message edited by: Adam Brundrett ]
Adam, The idea is to be able to get everyone's thoughts on topics, not just the author. That's how discussion works. I have an opinion. If the subject was addressed to the author of the week, that implies you aren't interested in hearing my thoughts.
Just like Jeanne, I'm excited about ARIA, tutorial here on opera dev (heh, "opera" and "aria")
The graded browser support idea is also a big help in thinking about the development and also gives a common ground and language to speak to clients, product managers and other non-technical folk.