From: <juanrgonzaleza@canonicalscience.com>

Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2006 01:09:04 -0700 (PDT)

Message-ID: <3371.217.124.69.201.1153382944.squirrel@webmail.canonicalscience.com>

To: <www-math@w3.org>

Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2006 01:09:04 -0700 (PDT)

Message-ID: <3371.217.124.69.201.1153382944.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: > Had the W3C asked *me* to design an XML-conformant math content standard, > I'm sure the result would be far superior to content MathML for my > purposes. But they didn't, so it's not. But I'll live. Even if I did > choose to come up with my own language, I'd still be translating MathML > into a subset of it. The train has already left the station. And how someone (MathML exceptic) said, a train to nowhere. "toot, toot" > -- Mark > > Mark P. Line > Polymathix > San Antonio, TX P.S: I agree with you that the train left the station but would add that just arrived to off-line publishing of math (e.g. publishers worflow). Precisely, the CSS rendering is being here proposed _is focused to online mathematics_ both XML and HTML: <frac> <num>b</num><den>2</den> </frac> <SPAN CLASS="frac"> <SPAN CLASS="num">b</SPAN><SPAN CLASS="den">2</SPAN> </SPAN> or HTML5-Math version if finally approved in the spec. Juan R. Center for CANONICAL |SCIENCE)Received on Thursday, 20 July 2006 08:09:29 GMT

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