Broken HTML Support

Johannes Ernst at
Sun Feb 12 05:32:16 UTC 2006

My take: please start collecting notes or writing any time.

On Feb 11, 2006, at 20:27, Joseph Holsten wrote:

> On Feb 11, 2006, at 9:33 PM, Johannes Ernst wrote:
>> Reasonable implementation guidelines (non-normative) might be:
>> 1) if broken HTML is displayed as something reasonable in a  
>> reasonably standard browser, a user will expect that any identity  
>> markup in this page will be similarly understood by a YADIS  
>> implementation, just like the broken HTML is understood by the  
>> browser.
>> 2) if the YADIS implementation cannot make sense out of the  
>> (broken) HTML, it displays a reasonable error message that  
>> indicates that.
> After a glance at the wiki, I think all these things belong in the  
> Implementor's Guide, which I guess is just an informative spec.
> Should we just start writing it, and move all discussion on there?  
> Or wait till consensus before we create it?
> Joseph Anthony Pasquale Holsten
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Johannes Ernst
NetMesh Inc.

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