Since I published my W3C DOM Compatibility Table I get many questions about the W3C DOM and its implementation. Unfortunately I can't answer half of them. Therefore I decided to found a mailing list
Browse through our Archives if you want to see for yourself.
Basically I want to provide a forum for the many questions the new W3C DOM raises. There are many people out there on the Internet who know something about the new DOM, but I think there are only a very few who know everything there is to know (and I'm not one of them, I just stumble along at the moment).
So the obvious solution to all these problems is to pool our resources and discuss the practical implementation of the W3C DOM in (for the moment) Explorer 5+, Netscape 6, Opera 5+ and Konqueror.
Interested? Join us by sending an empty mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or first browse through our Archives to get an impression of the stuff we discuss.