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From Paul Smith <googoodolls...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [Proposal] add DTDs to Apache website
Date Wed, 14 Jan 2004 12:34:51 GMT
 --- Nicola Ken Barozzi <nicolaken@apache.org> wrote: > Paul Smith
wrote:
> >  --- Nicola Ken Barozzi <nicolaken@apache.org> wrote: > Juan Jose
> ...
> >>we will also deprecate documenDTD in favor of 
> >>xhtml2 for source (and faq+howto will use xhtml2 inside also).
> > 
> > This worries me.  I find the ease of writing into document-v12.DTD
> a
> > very positive factor, and one of the main reasons I'm continuing to
> use
> > Forrest.  (I'm only just beginning on the path to XML
> enlightenment)
> 
> XHTML2 is very very similar.
> document-v20.DTD is even more similar to it.
> 
> > If you do decide to deprecate it, I will continue to use it anyway,
> > presumably I can do this by just keeping hold of the necessary DTD
> and
> > XSLT files...
> 
> I talk about deprecation as Java does. IOW, we will not recomend to
> use 
> it, and it won't evolve further, but it will still remain there for a
> 
> loooong time.
> 
> But I'm sure that you will like XHTML2 anyway.

I'll take your word for it :)  It's only tiny changes as you say, but
for some reason I prefer <note> over <p class="note">...


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Paul Smith
Postgraduate Student
Department of Mathematics
School of Engineering, Computer Science,
                            and Mathematics
University of Exeter

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