Earlier today, I updated the CSS Tools: Reset CSS page to list the final version of Reset v2.0, as well as updated the
reset.css file in that directory to be v2.0. (I wonder how many hotlinkers that will surprise.) In other words, it’s been shipped. Any subsequent changes will trigger version number changes.
There is one small change I made between 2.0b2 and 2.0 final, which is the replacement of the “THIS IS BETA” warning text with an explicit lack of license. The reset CSS has been in the public domain ever since I first published it, and the Reset CSS page explicitly said it was, but the file itself never said one way or the other. Now it does.
Thanks to everyone who contributed their thoughts and perspectives on the new reset. Here’s to progress!