Re: Sentence MarkUp

kitblake (kitblake@gig.nl)
Thu, 27 Jul 1995 16:50:03 +0100


Message-Id: <9507271449.AA17504@waterloo.gig.nl>
Date: Thu, 27 Jul 1995 16:50:03 +0100
To: www-html@www10.w3.org
From: kitblake@gig.nl (kitblake)
Subject: Re: Sentence MarkUp

Paul Prescod wrote:

....(snipped)
>There are other benefits.  I believe it would:
>
>        slow the creation of "tomorrow's legacy documents."
>        dispell the myth that the HTML WG is "against" presentation.
>        encourage the usage of CLASS, which would contribute to its usage in
>robots and other software.
>        allow us to judge how people use CLASS so that we can think about
>standardizing some usages.
>        increase the awareness of platform portability issues.
>        put the IETF and W3C back in the driver's seat with respect to the
>direction of HTML and the Web.
>
>----
>
>Comments?  Ideas?  Should I present a more technical specification?  I would
>imagine the language would be a touched-up subset of the current CSS proposal.



A yes vote. 

This would allow style sheets to have a probationary condition until their
use and abuse can be learned from. 

kitblake


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