From: Michael D'Errico (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jan 06 2009 - 11:51:58 CST
>> The tag characters are very different, actually. They are
>> used to indicate that the following text is written in a
>> particular language.
> That was the markup application that the proposer had in mind,
> but there is nothing preventing them from being used for other
> markup applications.
> Either way, the general concept is the same, and it's been panned.
It's not the same -- perhaps you don't understand it. You also
repeatedly ignore my questions about how you would solve this in
a different way without using URL's (as you suggested earlier)
or other markup and do it in plain text.
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