* Michael Jansson
| I don't care if an OS does Unicode or not, as long as I can produce
| Unicode web pages that browsers can show.
| Why should a browser be limited by the shortcomings of the platform
| it runs on?
Ponder that one for a while, and you might learn something.
And consider what Alan Wood said while you are at it:
"And I wonder how many people want to be able to read Web pages in a
particular language but don't also want to write e-mails and word
processor documents in that language. Web fonts are not a lot of
use when you want to produce documents."
| Unicode and HMTL4 are standards that has been around for some time.
| I wish browsers would fully support them, regardless of used OS.
A browser that supports HTML4 and CSS2 correctly will lose too many
users to be able to keep development going, whether open source or
not. HTML4 as a standard in any real and meaningful sense is DEAD,
and it cannot be saved any more.
-- Lars Marius Garshol, Ontopian <URL: http://www.ontopia.net > ISO SC34/WG3, OASIS GeoLang TC <URL: http://www.garshol.priv.no >
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