The XForms 1.1 specification was approved for transition to Proposed Recommendation. Publication as a Proposed Recommendation is currently expected next Tuesday.
In order to achieve this transition, we presented a report of multiple implementations of XForms based on an expansive test suite, we presented the disposition of all formal comments received on the candidate recommendation, and we presented the important changes, which were those changes that the community would reasonably want to hear why they were not substantive deviations and were interoperably implementable.
Advancement to Proposed Recommendation essentially says we're "putting it to a vote" now. The member companies of W3C vote on advancement of XForms 1.1 to Recommendation, and they have until Sept. 22 to cast their votes. Based on the many significant improvements that have been made in XForms 1.1, and the rigorous standardization process we have followed, we are obviously quite optimistic about the outcome of the vote.
I am also especially pleased that both the IE7 and FF3 browser implementations of Ubiquity XForms were included in the implementation report.