From: John Cowan (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Sep 26 2003 - 08:33:25 EDT
Peter Kirk scripsit:
> Since there is plenty of good and free browser software available which
> does support UTF-8, perhaps servers should start assuming that browsers
> can support it, and that will gently encourage software vendors and
> users to upgrade.
Alas, we are in a cleft stick: almost all users are now using a
browser that is not going to be upgraded, short of replacing their
> Anyway, isn't this the way W3C standards are going? I thought they were
> moving to XML compatibility which implies UTF-8 support. Browsers which
> can't support the latest W3C standards will surely become obsolete very
Technically obsolete does not mean dead.
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