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No, I've given credible reasons for two orders of magnitude:

1. The majority of the documents you are including are not reasonably considered web standards

2. Of those that are, you are counting each one 5-50 times.

That's two orders of magnitude.

All your analysis has proven is that it's (ironically) difficult to machine-parse the w3 data, and that you did so in a way to justify your preconceptions.




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