This issue of A List Apart includes two articles about CSS3 vendor prefixes. I certainly don’t want -webkit- to become the new IE6. It is however difficult to move forward with the clumsy standard process.
@ppk definitely made a point here: use -alpha- and -beta- prefixes for standard, though I would insist that vendor prefixes should be left in the browser not only for compatibility, but also for innovation until these innovations can be moved into the standard process.
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