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[Bug 10830] i18n comment : Please add support for rb

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--- Comment #8 from Koji Ishii <kojiishi@gluesoft.co.jp> 2010-12-31 17:22:42 UTC ---
Sorry for multiple comments in a row, but I was reading Yomiuri Online, the
only news site that use ruby within major Japanese newspaper sites. I found
they use rb tag.

I then went to Google, typed "ruby" in Japanese, and looked into first 5 or 6
sites. All sites I saw there use rb tag too.

>From what you said, I thought very few sites are using rb tag, but this quick
and rough investigation resluted in opposite.

This leads me to a question; would you mind if I ask what the scope of the
research you mentioned was, and what the result was? How many
pages/sites/authoring tools have rb tag today in your estimates, and how much
the "short-term cost" is?

If majorities are using rb tag, I don't understand the value of deprecating rb
tag in HTML5. Rather, it could bring confusions.

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