Alice’s really good description of how to develop and improve in-house software tools that people will want to use.
@felixthehat An li makes most sense to me… until some indefinable point at which there’s so much in it it should be an article! No clear cut point tho.
@felixthehat And could you not apply the Article schema to an <li>?
@drcongo I used to use them wherever I could, but I’ve started to think maybe they should only be used for definitions of some kind…
@infovore Yeah, but you know, I’m always trying to make things RIGHT. Among my other endlessly futile challenges.
@infovore eg, I think the spec also used to say an <article> could, eg, be a comment… but now their example has comments as <li>s within an <article>
@TaylorRajesh Yeah, this is more about the semantic representation of the information, rather than how it will eventually look on the page.
@infovore I thought that for ages, then changed my mind… But now I think the spec’s changed because it seems an ‘article’ should be ‘complete’.
@iiicouk And your new password policy (8-12 chars, no “special characters”) is pretty poor too. I’m trusting you with my money!
Well done @iiicouk, having your brand new site be unable to list “recommended browsers” in Safari is a feat. Come on, get decent developers.
I mean, I know people who have trouble remembering passwords. But they don’t share them with the whole office and they don’t run a country.
I can’t think of a joke to make about MPs being incapable of remembering passwords, or of finding a way to not have to remember them.