Date: Tue, 3 Nov 92 09:21:30 EST From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Michel Dagenais) Message-Id: <9211031421.AA05725@wotan.vlsi.polymtl.ca> To: email@example.com In-Reply-To: Tim Berners-Lee's message of Tue, 3 Nov 92 13:30:15 +0100 <9211031230.AA01398@www3.cern.ch> Subject: question and answer, style guide? > Do you feel that > > (a) you need more variety of tags, or that > (b) the 24x80 representation of the existing tags is suboptimal, or that > (c) the task is impossible by its nature -- you must rewritethe document. I have been talking to a number of people in the area recently who want to setup gopher or www information servers for their users to access both local and external information. In most cases their first intention is to go for Gopher, because it is "simpler". When digging more the issue it appears that they just tried both ASCII clients (gopher and www line-mode) and the gopher ASCII client is much nicer being based on curses. Thus, i think that the problem is not with SGML/HTML but simply with LineMode.