Re: HTML 3.2 [was: Unique Names & content scope -Reply ]

> Daniel,
> 	Where is the <math> draft in all of this. In science and
> engineering, which is after all where WWW came from, <math> is vitally
> important, to me it is more important than any other possible html 3
> enhancements put together.
> 
> Dave Carter
> 
> 

Hear Hear! How about putting <math> at the *top* of the priorities list (in 
http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/MarkUp/Activity )! 

Re: the discussion on ratio of serious/entertainment use of HTML:
Why can't the 'serious' part of the web community ( this forum ;-) !) 
concentrate on 'serious' issues and let the entertainment people find out how 
to animate XXX.gif in Java etc.?

I would still like to see input on whether a token like &times; should have 
the same representation in all parts of *one* document.

-- 
James ō. Baum
MA104 Lineśr Algebra Fjernundervisningsprosjektet -
MA104 Linear Algebra 'Open University Project'
Institute of Mathematics, University of Oslo, Norway
http://www.math.uio.no/~ma104/

PS <array> support is still at the top of my Arena wishlist!

Received on Wednesday, 8 May 1996 05:16:58 UTC