You must like to maintain the great unwashed position, but if you would just
take a look and see, you would be happy for what has been done to you, and
only some that you would really have to learn again. And, try to look at it
with the idea that these standards have been established to give Doug the
capabilities he needs in this present open standard open source effort. The
more you look, the more you will be impressed.
But if you are going to ornery about having to include </p> tags, then there
is little hope. Take a good look at the present bootstrap site and you will
see many 3.2 and 'artsy' examples that keep info from being indexed and
And do not threaten to abuse a pizza like that.
Some may take offense.
----- Original Message -----
From: "ncarroll" <email@example.com>
Sent: August 25, 2000 10:27 PM
Subject: Re: On working with existing systems
> Joe D Willliams wrote:
> > >
> > > *Old* systems? HTML 3.2 is the current WWW standard!
> > >
> > Excuse us, the current standard is HTML4.01 W3C Recommendation 24
> > 1999, refined by XHTML 1.0 W3C Recommendation 26 January 2000. And
> > the WWW is almost up to DOM2!
> Recommendation? Many are called, but few follow....
> Excuse me, Joe, but I must pummel you about the head and ears with
> a pepperoni/mushroom pizza. The W3C doesn't define the standard --
> the planet Earth does -- we, the unwashed masses inhabiting the WWW.
> Planet Earth still chooses 3.2.
> Nicholas Carroll
> Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Alternate: email@example.com
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