- all spaces and tabs immediately before and after a line break are ignored
- all tab characters are handled as space characters
- line breaks are converted to spaces
- sequences of spaces at the beginning and end of a line are removed
Philosophically, I’m completely against Google’s AMP project and AMP for Email, too. I will always side with the open web and the standards that power it, and AMP is actively working against both. I’m all-in on a faster web for everyone, but I just can’t get behind Google’s self-serving method for providing that faster web.
> for something as simple as syndication and distribution, HTML already has an overwhelming advantage over any nascent formats
> It would make subscribing to a site easier, since one wouldn't have to find the URL of the RSS feed. The URL of the weblog itself would be what you wanted. How nice.
"coordinates should be scaled to say 0 - 1.0 in the size of the picture, as pixels won't have much meaning"