From: <juanrgonzaleza@canonicalscience.com>

Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2006 04:47:16 -0700 (PDT)

Message-ID: <3146.217.124.69.242.1153136836.squirrel@webmail.canonicalscience.com>

To: <www-math@w3.org>

Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2006 04:47:16 -0700 (PDT)

Message-ID: <3146.217.124.69.242.1153136836.squirrel@webmail.canonicalscience.com>

To: <www-math@w3.org>

Re: Math on the web without MathML (CSS 2.1 rendering for HTML and XML) Mark P. Line wrote: > So you want it to be both improved and replaced? How is that a > cost-effective strategy? Well, the most important feature of standards is that standards may work. Standard can be both improved and replaced. Improved when changes are minimal and changed when a new paradigm holds. Any case, as "strategy" I am saying is no different from seeing D. Carlisle improving TeX-systems with the future LaTeX3, whereas he try to replacing TeX on the web by MathML. One day Carlisle can offer us a talk about feature sof LaTeX3 and other day he can give another on why mathematicians would move from LaTeX to MathML for online math, ok? The other day, I resumed some changes and improvements to MathML from memory. I forget to cite the trouble with decimal sign. Somewhat as content MathML does not asume a special presentational way to tan -rendered as tan or tg (France)- content MathML would not asume presentational stuff for something like 3.1416, rendered as 3.1416 or 3,1416 (Spain). > -- Mark > > Mark P. Line > Polymathix > San Antonio, TX Juan R. Center for CANONICAL |SCIENCE)Received on Monday, 17 July 2006 11:47:44 GMT

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