233Re: [opml-dev] OPML 1.1
- Dec 3, 2003It's true that examples aren't specs, but beggars can't be choosers.
I'll take whatever information I can get in whatever form. Let's be detectives. I don't recall Columbo or Sherlock Holmes refusing a clue because it wasn't a spec. ;->
----- Original Message -----
From: Jeremy Bowers
Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2003 4:35 PM
Subject: Re: [opml-dev] OPML 1.1
Jeremy Bowers wrote:
> I think it would be worth having authors catalog what their software
> *outputs* as well. It's (somewhat) fine to accept any case tags, but
> OPML is specified as XML, so the case should be honored and programs
> outputting wrong cases should be considered broken according to the
> current spec.
Clarification: By "catalog what their software outputs" I mean actual
specifications and promises, not just example OPML files their system
outputs. Examples aren't specs.
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