Subject: Re: Suggested change to README.html generation: tables for binaries
To: T. M. Pederson <email@example.com>
From: Julian Assange <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/10/1999 06:21:45
> I use lynx heavily too, especially when checking the Packages collection,
> but this is the Wrong Way to do things. We're not looking at a Definition
> List here, so <dl> should not be used. Even if it generates the kind of
> layout you want on most browsers, it's best not to lie about what kind
> of data is there.
It is no lie. <dt> is the meta-concept, and <dd> is the sub-conecpt.
Stefan Kahrs in [Kah96] discusses the
notion of completeness--programs which never go wrong can be
type-checked--which complements Milner's notion of
soundness--type-checked programs never go wrong [Mil78].