2013-05-11

Polifesto Using Creole

Polifesto used to use a subset of HTML5 to mark up policies. I thought that this might be a bit unforgiving for users because there'd be an error if the markup wasn't valid XML. Influenced by a blog post, I thought I'd give Creole a try. Let me know what you think.

2 comments:

  1. http://m.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/may/27/this-mugs-got-my-name-on-it
    Tony, hire does your vision of free markets deal with the actual reality?

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  2. Customer service is expensive. If you want good customer service then you pay a higher price. Most people (me included) want cheap stuff, so we put up with poor customer service.

    Incidentally, with a citizen's allowance, labour costs would drop and so you'd get better customer service at the same price.

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