Re: HTML 2.0 LAST CALL: *emph() and acknowledgements

Daniel W. Connolly (
Thu, 1 Jun 95 22:25:19 EDT

In message <>, Da
>A 'processing typo'?: In many places, I noticed strings like:
> [Headings; *emph(H1) ... *emph(H6)]

This is a bug in one of the tools I'm using -- it doesn't appear
to like phrase markup in section titles used in references.

I could probably work around the bug by removing the phrase markup,
but I like the way it looks in the table of contents. Sigh... I really
don't have time to investigate, so I'm removing the markup.

>Appendix B Acknowledgements... I would suggest deletion of the
>'long' list of many people who contributed.

Agreed. So stricken.

> Special thanks to the many active participants in the HTML
> working group, too numerous to list individually, without
> whom there would be no standards process and no standard.
> That this document approaches its objective of carefully
> converging a description of current practice and formalization
> of HTML's relationship to SGML is a tribute to their
> effort.

Roger that too.