I don't see why Wikipedia looks 99% fabulous in lynx and w3m, but blows
it on such a simple thing like dates in tables,
$ lynx -dump http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_social_networking_websites
Please note the list is not exhaustive, and is limited to notable,
Name Description/Focus Date launched Registered users Registration
Global Alexa^ Page ranking
Social networking site for academics/researchers
02008-09-01September 2008 &0000000000211000000000211,000^ Open
Advogato Free and open source software developers 01999
1999 &000000000001357500000013,575^ Open...
Why can't they go that extra one percent and clean all those silly zeros
out of their tables?
Yes those stubborn text browser users should be denied extra features, but can't they
at least be given something readable. Search engines would thank you
Sure you can say "not a MediaWiki problem, go contact the website", but
if MediaWiki gave them the proper tools to make their templates, they
wouldn't need to make such a mess.