[jdev] Re: ejabberd 1.1.0 released

Sander Devrieze s.devrieze at pandora.be
Wed Apr 26 10:23:25 CDT 2006

Op dinsdag 25 april 2006 14:04, schreef Sander Devrieze:
> > > Is it a big deal when the W3C defines nice standards and when people
> > > then not implement them as defined? Maybe it is not a big feature from
> > > an end-users point of view, that's true, but tolerating uncompliancy
> > > and closed protocols, is a misfeature, especially for software that is
> > > based on open standards as core technology.
> >
> > Moreover, I cannot imagine someone writing XMPP software, taking care of
> > well formed XML and namespaces, who - at the same time - produces a tag
> > soup on their website.
> I know about that, and it is on my TODO list. If you want to help me with
> that, you are welcome of course. But I cannot fix all things myself. E.g.
> the HTML versions of the guide are made by hevea, and unfortunately this
> output is not compliant :-( So you also can help by patching hevea.

Well, I started yesterday and at that time next page (the whole website 
without the comments and forums AFAIK), which is more than 300kb (82 pages)!, 
contained nearly 2000 bugs when I used XHTML 1.0 Strict:
Now, just a bit more than 600 bugs are left, of which most are bugs in Drupal 
that I cannot fix myself.

Mvg, Sander Devrieze.
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