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Re: pages with MathML

From: Romeo Anghelache <aldraku@aei.mpg.de>
Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2006 16:50:16 +0300
Message-ID: <443FA898.2030808@aei.mpg.de>
To: www-math@w3.org

juanrgonzaleza@canonicalscience.com wrote:
> And as one would wait due to several flaws of MathML, the pages with
> MathML are being cited here and I have revised are not correct. The
> structure of equations is not accurate in all equation I have revised, the
> semantic is incorrect also, one finds several tricks for rendering, etc.
> What is more, the accessibility of MathML formulas are being presented
> here (and I have revised) is poor that if using the old HTML+GIF model in
> several cases.
> I did a simple review of incorrect output was being presented by HERMES.

where did you do the simple review? and incorrect according to what?

You sent me once a message containing a pointer to your "canonical" 
site; I read your opinion("review"?) on Hermes and I understood you're 
missing the point entirely and, given the noise/signal ratio of what you 
were writing, I decided you're not worth my time.

Sorry to say this, but, Juan, you're mixing up things so badly, and so 
prolifically, you need to write a tool according to your own canonical 
standards to understand why.

> The XHTML+MathML code was very wrong. I am doing a serious review of very,
> very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very incorrect
> MathML code is being served by self-proclaimed technologically more
> advanced site. Details in a future Canonical Science Today.

either you wrote something and point us to it or you're spamming this 
list with ad-ware and risk being ignored.

> I will add review of code at NAG and New York Journal of Mathematics in a
> future “issue”.
> Juan R.

I also did a review of your canonical science site, and in this issue of 
this message, I recommend you a full clinical check; or save your energy 
for explaining the universe, perhaps you're doing a better job there, 
I'm not qualified to review that, I don't understand a bit of what you 
write there.

I don't think this person has anything to say to this mailing list and I 
  will unsubscribe from www-math if www-math distributes a single more 
message from him.

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