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HTML problems in draft
There are some HTML problems with the draft.
First, http://validator.w3.org/ complains becaure there is
no character encoding specification, and the file contains
an invalid UTF-8 character (where UTF-8 is the default).
The problem is the ø in Søren, which appears to be Latin-1
instead. See: http://validator.w3.org/docs/help.html#faq-charset
Using an entity is the most robust solution:
Jens Axel Søgaard
Spececifying iso-8859-1 lets us continue.
"This page is not Valid HTML 4.01 Transitional!".
In addition, there are lots of near-empty paragraphs:
These may be technically valid, but it's pretty gross.
The page is generated using tex2page; perhaps there are bugs in
tex2page; or it was invoked incorrectly.
Another issue: To satisfy SRFI template requirements, there are
fake commented-out HTML headers, such as for <H1>Authors</H1>. A cleaner
solution, I think, is to use CSS, like I did in srfi-64: