> On Apr 2, 2015, at 4:23 AM, Rimantas Liubertas <riman...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I gave a limited one-page idea for now, so design faults should be obvious. 
>> This will take years, but right now it’s looking like there aren’t 
>> fundamental problems with the proposal.
> There are fundamental problems with your proposal, namely:
> 1) it relies on some undefined magic  

I believe that’s called “programming”.

> 2) it changes HTML to something entirely different.

To what?  HTML already has things like <SCRIPT> and other features not related 
to hypertext markup.

Besides, where’s the rule that say “HTML needs to only be this..” ?  Artificial 
constraints are unnecessary.

> 3) you assume that those not willing to learn Javascript will somehow know 
> how to use the features you propose without learning. How?

They use HTML, which is far more widespread than Javascript.

There’s a reason this proposal has gone viral outside of this list.

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