HTML WG discusses SVG in text/html [tagSoupIntegration-54 ISSUE-54]

1) People often author content which is inserted into a larger context. 
  Blogs, wikis, comments, are but a few examples.  Requiring the entire 
page to be xml well formed, and requiring that none of the page be 
displayed if there is any well formedness errors, is a non-starter for 
most sites.  I'd love to see the day when svg could be copy/pasted into 
MySpace and MathML copy/pasted into Facebook, and have it "just work".

2) There are is well-known and widely deployed browser which will not 
display content served as application/xhtml+xml at all.
 -- Sam Ruby

Dan Connolly, W3C
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Received on Wednesday, 17 October 2007 18:11:41 UTC