On Dec 13, 2010, at 16:05, David Carlisle wrote: > It seems to me that the main benefit for the "polyglot" approach is the document producer who can use the rich variety of xml tools to generate the document, without requiring an html5 specific serialiser at the end of the chain. Most of the time the document consumer is going to be using a web browser consuming the document as text/html. I think paying attention to the polyglot rules in order to avoid taking an HTML serializer off the shelf is a wrong optimization, too. -- Henri Sivonen firstname.lastname@example.org http://hsivonen.iki.fi/
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