fil at rezo.net
Fri Jan 5 00:36:35 PST 2007
> >Seeing the tag implementation on Operator has made me question the
> >existing tagging standard. With wordpress you may get something like
> >"?cat=13" for a tag or something that may not even be the intended tag
> I find this quite frustrating too. I've expanded on my thoughts at
> so I won't rehash it here.
I second this, though I think it's easy (but admittedly ugly) for wordpress
or any other to do something like ?cat=13&cleartext=/tagName
> I also think the standard should require parsers to match the
> tag and the visible text (failure meaning the tag is rejected).
Careful with this: already having accents is not a piece of cake, but you
will have to match
<a rel="tag" href=".../%E3t%E3">été</a>
and other niceties (and consider the charset)
You'll also have the case where the link is on an image...
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