* broken browsers - they should be upgraded, if
someone has browser
that it doesn't grok UTF-8, it's not going
PNGs, and other things we're using either.
Unless we want to remove all CSS and PNGs,
no point in not using UTF-8.
Is this true? All I know is that we had a *lot* of
problems with broken
special chars on the Meta-Wiki during the logo
contest. I have no idea
which browser broke them, but it seems to be a not
one, perhaps in the 5% range. Given that a single
edit by such a person will
break an entire page, it might not be so wise to
switch (but perhaps
I'm missing something -- is Meta running UTF-8?).
I confirm it is in utf 8
I broke many pages for months there, and refrained
from editing many others, and wrote all french pages
without any accents.
I also noticed during the logo contest, that some
people were messing pages as well, so obviously some
people are still using them (recommand Netscape 7 for
Mac OS 9).
I really fear we will have to check very carefully any
newbie contribution, and perhaps tell them to go away.
I hope we consider this carefully, before switching
everything. I understand there would be some benefits.
But perhaps some drawbacks as well. Any relevant
number (of non utf supporting browser) might be
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