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2011

Re: Validator parses HTML in CSS block comment? from Leif Halvard Silli on 2011-08-16 (www-validator@w3.org from August 2011)

by night.kame

From: Leif Halvard Silli

Date: Tue, 16 Aug 2011 21:28:00 +0200

Ahem ... Please advice people to use HTML5, as you obviously don't understand HTML4 ... ;-)

Il n'y a jamais eu d'HTML4, seulement HTML 4. Mais côté HTML-LS ils ont du mal avec la barre espace visiblement.

But, to answer Russel's question, this behaviour is not correct, as no Web browser behave that way. Hence, HTML5 has changed the rules to be more in line with how browsers actually act: In the HTML serialization of HTMl5, the "</div>" *is* permitted. (In the XML serialization - also known as XHTML - it remains forbidden.)

La sérialisation XML de HTML 5 n'a strictement rien à voir avec XHTML. A se demander si c'est de l'incompréhension ou de la simple désinformation.

Further more, if Russel simply just replaces the XHTML doctype with the HTML5 doctype, the file will validate as is, with the xmlns namespace >and everything. (The xmlns namespace validates only because HTML5' generous permission - and not because it plays any role.)

Si un jour vous vous demandez comment dire "blatant disregard" poliment en anglais, vous avez désormais la réponse : "generous permission". Et note, ce super conseil de faire sauter le DOCTYPE est donné à quelqu'un qui mentionnait explicitement vouloir utiliser XHTML : "HTML5, rien à battre de ce que tu veux, t'en boufferas quand même".

2010

Daring Fireball Linked List: 'Apple of My Eye'

by night.kame

Someone apparently forgot to send him the memo that iOS devices are only for consumption, not creation.

Quelqu'un n'a apparemment pas reçu la note comme quoi le fanboyisme tuait le fanboy.

Books in the Age of the iPad — Craig Mod

by night.kame & 1 other

The iPad changes the experience formula.(Fig. 5) It brings the excellent text readability of the iPhone/Kindle to a larger canvas.

C'est beau comme du foutage de gueule.

2008

'Vista Capable' lawsuit against Microsoft now a class action

by ericpaul (via)
'Vista Capable' lawsuit against Microsoft now a class action By JOSEPH TARTAKOFF AND TODD BISHOP P-I REPORTERS In a blow to Microsoft Corp., a federal judge granted class-action status to a lawsuit late Friday alleging that Microsoft unjustly enriched itself by promoting PCs as "Windows Vista Capable" even when they could only run a bare-bones version of the operating system, called "Vista Home Basic."

Microsoft Spins Legal Defeat into PR Fool`s Gold

by ericpaul
"If you didn't know what was really behind Microsoft's open standards and source promises, it might sound like Microsoft was making real changes. You've got to give Microsoft credit for gall. They take a crunching defeat at the hands of the European Unio

Does Microsoft really want to be open source's friend?

by ericpaul (via)
Since then, I've looked more closely at the details of Microsoft's "new" position and it looks even more to me like a new coat of paint on the same old Microsoft "We're so interoperable" BS. In other words, Microsoft is opening up its secrets for you to look at, but, woe to you if you try to use any of them in anything that might actually make money. Microsoft isn't offering open source a new opportunity, it's offering open source a trap. - Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols

2007

Victory for European Commission: Court Rejects Microsoft Antitrust Appeal - International - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News

by ericpaul (via)
Excellent! One step closer to honest competition. Will the big money, monopolism and dirty trics win (as usual)?

2006

Dell prévoit de gagner des parts de marché en Chine en 2006

by night.kame
Michaël Dell se fécilite de faire parti du tiers-monde des fabriquants de PC en Chine : "Si notre filiale grimpe de 40% et que le marché progresse de 15 ou 16%, nous serons très contents". Comment grimper de 40% d'un coup ? Il suffit d'être un nain ! Rappelons aussi que devant tant de succès, le président de DELL Chine a démissioné en octobre dernier...

2005

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