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On 9/2/06, Mike Frysinger <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Saturday 02 September 2006 04:31, Jesse McNelis wrote:
> > Doesn't sound like a good idea.
> plan on giving any sort of reasoning ?
> > the <uri> tag already allows for links to sites.
> i already stated this obvious fact in my e-mail
If one was to add a tag for specifically wikipedia links then one may
as well add one for specifically google, slashdot, sourceforge, etc.
Imagine trying to find all the URI links in a document when every
domain has it's own tag.
This would also mean more work on the DTD and XSL while offering no
real benefits in terms of the explicitness of the markup.
Just so you can avoid some quick cut and pastes.
>From the perspective of parsing or styling please explain to me how
the addition of a <wikipedia> tag would be useful?
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