gl at brixlogic.com
Fri Jun 29 11:34:40 PDT 2007
I don't want to beat this one too long, but I still think that the
"what" is missing in "hRelease is POSH", which makes the use awkward in
contexts such as a launch of something like "hRelease". Maybe the
solution is simply to say "hRelease is a POSH specification" or
"hRelease is a POSH format".
Ernest Prabhakar wrote:
> On Jun 28, 2007, at 5:53 PM, Guillaume Lebleu wrote:
>> Tantek Çelik wrote:
>>> Actually, this is precisely one of the reasons that a bunch of us have
>>> decided to push the POSH name/moniker.
>> POSH is indeed a very elegantly coined and catchy acronym, but the
>> only problem is that it is more a procedure than a substantive - one
>> cannot say "hRelease is a POSH" - and inevitably ends up being
>> tempted to say "hRelease is a microformat".
> Um, why can't you say "hRelease is POSH"?
> -- ernie p.
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