Thread Subject: Re: Definition of Web Content
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From: Hoffman, Allen
Date: Tue, Jun 26 2007 6:30 AM
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I think you and i are wrestling with the same questions and problems
I'm not sure why something "SVG" presented in IE would be different than
in FireFox, from my earlier definition perspective, since both also
interpret HTML. I too am trying to convince myself of the rationale for
not merging web/software. I view "web" as requirements for coding
primarily HTML items, which is a subset of other software and content
coding systems. This is why I keep raising my question like "why is
this restricted to "web"? Web and software are merging so quickly now
that if we are to have a line, rather than simply clearly defined
requirements and applicability, then we need to clearly draw the line so
people can figure it out.
Allen Hoffman -- = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = ; v: 202-447-0303
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