RE: Encoded rendering instructions (was Unicode's Mandate)

From: Peter Constable (
Date: Wed Mar 09 2005 - 19:15:40 CST

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    > From: []
    On Behalf
    > Of Dean Snyder

    > >Ken's point is that, after years of working with architecting and
    > >designing implementations for processing of text, he (and many
    > >would consider this far better handled as rich or marked-up text
    > >than plain text.
    > Apparently others do not agree with you. That makes this a legitimate
    > candidate for discussion which is all I've suggested so far.

    From what I've seen so far, "others" consists of one person, you. IIRC,
    everybody else that has commented has agreed with Ken that this should
    be considered a markup issue rather than plain text.

    What is apparent, then, is that you are dragging you heels at joining
    the consensus.

    Peter Constable

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