Re: is it necessary to disambiguate (using markup) inline notes,citations and original markup? [was] use of <mark> to denote notes in quoted text

2013-09-10 9:53, Steve Fenton wrote:
> I strongly disagree with the idea that the markup, typesetting, typeface or paper colour must be preserved when quoting text.

That's a strawman argument: the issue is whether markup is to be 
preserved, not paper color.

>   That is definitely not what is intended by the distortion clause, which protects against edits that affect the meaning or against false context.
Changing <b> to <strong> or vice versa affects, or may affect, the meaning.


Received on Tuesday, 10 September 2013 07:00:20 UTC