Re: <q> vs <p>

On Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 2:40 PM, Henri Sivonen wrote:
> Aside:
> It follows that the problems with en-US and fr-FR can go away in two ways:
>  1) By using Unicode-level punctuation instead of markup.
>  2) By putting <q> exactly where you want the start quotation mark to appear
> and </q> exactly where you want the end quotation mark to appear (even if it
> is semantically wrong in the case of en-US and fr-FR).

Or course, let's not go religious! ;-)

> On Oct 31, 2008, at 12:31, Thomas Broyer wrote:
>> (In Quotes uses language analysis,
>> but if everyone were using <q> and <cite> the job would much easier);
> Why should authors pay the price of making the job of Google's competitors
> easier? Google In Quotes shows that the state of the art already works
> without <q>!

s/easier/more reliable/ ;-)

Thomas Broyer

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