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Keeping On Your Toes

A few, not completely unrelated, items:


isn’t Jeremy on safari at the moment? as in, not the browser.

Posted by stephen o'grady at

Yes he is. I went ahead and made a for: bookmark in del.icio.us to mark this post to his attention, so I’m sure he’ll see it eventually.

Posted by Michael R. Bernstein at

In the process Jacques Distler discovered that the W3C page which recommends a regular expression for checking for proper XML/UTF-8 allows through UTF-8 encodings of U+FFFE and U+FFFF.

The other obvious problem with the aforementioned regexp (well, perhaps obvious to everyone but me) is that one needs to expand NCRs to utf-8 before applying it.

Posted by Jacques Distler at

Sam, did Jeremy get back to you yet? He’s back from his safari now...

Posted by Michael R. Bernstein at

Sam, did Jeremy get back to you yet?

Nope.

Posted by Sam Ruby at

Sam Ruby: Keeping On Your Toes

Jeremy, Sam’s waiting for a response from you......

Excerpt from del.icio.us/zopemaven at

How about now?

Posted by Michael R. Bernstein at

How about now?

Nope.

Posted by Sam Ruby at

At this point, I don’t know what else to try. I know he saw the comment, because he approved it.

Posted by Michael R. Bernstein at

Michael, I’m pretty sure there is a path for comments being approved on Jeremy’s blog without him manually approving them.

Posted by Lloyd Budd at

Lloyd, I’m not sure I understand what you mean. My comment was held for approval, it was (later) approved, so who approved it other than Jeremy?

Posted by Michael R. Bernstein at

Jeremy has resurfaced.

Posted by Sam Ruby at

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