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   Re: [xml-dev] RE: The Best Technologies Don't Win

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On Jul 17, 2006, at 15:42, David Carlisle wrote:

> How did this thread get hijacked onto MathML?, still...
>> BTW, I agreed with Hixie that making MathML serializable as HTML5
>> probably makes sense.
> It's easy to make a version of the MathML DTD compatible with the SGML
> declaration for HTML rather

There's no need for such a DTD. HTML5 doesn't pretend to be an  
application of SGML and has no normative DTD. (HTML5 has no normative  
schema of any kind. A non-normative RELAX NG schema is under  
construction, though.)

> One could choose while doing that
> whether to make some of the end tags (or even start tags) optional

Hixie suggested that. With my parser writer hat on, I am  
uncomfortable with new implied tags.

Henri Sivonen


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