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Re: Help get math turned back on in Chrome

From: Peter Krautzberger <p.krautzberger@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2013 15:20:44 -0800
Message-ID: <CACUTewNNj=WQdPbdLrsjS5yLp1uP6p75JJF7dJkdn4G-+-cYHw@mail.gmail.com>
To: Peter Murray-Rust <pm286@cam.ac.uk>
Cc: Paul Topping <pault@dessci.com>, Dave Barton <dbarton@mathscribe.com>, "www-math@w3.org" <www-math@w3.org>, Dave Murray-Rust <dave@mo-seph.com>
Sorry to interject with a technical question.

@Dave Barton, @David Carlisle: I tried to look up the bug that eventually
led to deactivation. It seems this is not public anymore. Is that correct?
(If so, then that's not helpful for communication.)

On the constructive side, how realistic is comment
MathML from build-time-flag to runtime-flag)?


On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 3:17 PM, Peter Murray-Rust <pm286@cam.ac.uk> wrote:

> I am a huge fan of MathML. I am the joint developer of Chemical Markup
> Language and relate to the chicken/egg. Tools are required to convince
> people and people need convincing to create tools. [Chemistry, in general,
> works with closed antiquated overprices software and few of these vendors
> care about CML. So we have created an open source community (
> http://www.blueobelisk.org) which is slowly but systematically winning
> over commercial offerings in many areas.].
> Recently we have been integrating MathML into chemistry - see
> http://blogs.ch.cam.ac.uk/pmr/2013/02/03/semantic-science/  for MathML in
> semantic physical science. We (Dave M-R, copied) are building a completely
> declarative tool ("the declaratron") where chemical computations will be
> driven on top of MathML. Adding declarative semantics is a challenge, but
> we have an acceptable solution. We can type and edit complex equations in
> MathML and run them in a chemical context.
> So, simply, I want MathML to become the first choice for universal Open
> computable mathematics.
> --
> Peter Murray-Rust
> Reader in Molecular Informatics
> Unilever Centre, Dep. Of Chemistry
> University of Cambridge
> CB2 1EW, UK
> +44-1223-763069
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