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=== Current Limitations ===
=== Current Limitations ===


I think "Current Limitations" and "Problem Description" will generally be the same thing. Almost always, the problem <em>is</em> a current limitation. Sure we could formulate problems in more general term, like "Problem: need to markup a dialogue; Limitation: no semantic markup for that", but in fact, marking up the dialog isn't really a problem (it's easy to markup a dialog with <dl>), the limitation is. --[[User:Michel Fortin|Michel Fortin]] 07:17, 17 November 2006 (PST)
I think "Current Limitations" and "Problem Description" will generally be the same thing. Almost always, the problem <em>is</em> a current limitation. Sure we could formulate problems in more general term, like "Problem: need to markup a dialogue; Limitation: no semantic markup for that", but in fact, marking up the dialog isn't really a problem (it's easy to markup a dialog with &lt;dl>), the limitation is. --[[User:Michel Fortin|Michel Fortin]] 07:17, 17 November 2006 (PST)

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Problem Description

Current Limitations

I think "Current Limitations" and "Problem Description" will generally be the same thing. Almost always, the problem is a current limitation. Sure we could formulate problems in more general term, like "Problem: need to markup a dialogue; Limitation: no semantic markup for that", but in fact, marking up the dialog isn't really a problem (it's easy to markup a dialog with <dl>), the limitation is. --Michel Fortin 07:17, 17 November 2006 (PST)