Re: Change back the semantics of <cite>

I'm confused about all this discussion.

I like a lot the idea to use <cite> to indicate names, mostly because
a title can be seen as the name of something, but there is a
problematic use case, pointed by Karl : <cite>Huckleberry Finn</cite>,
<cite>Mark Twain</cite>. We can't distinguish the author's name from
the title's book (of in this case, it's quite obvious).

And it also solves the need of a way to indicate acting directions in
theatrical dialog or IRC.

Olivier G.

Received on Tuesday, 15 September 2009 12:37:05 UTC