[Haskell-cafe] Do you trust Wikipedia?

Stefan O'Rear stefanor at cox.net
Thu Oct 18 21:19:44 EDT 2007

On Fri, Oct 19, 2007 at 03:06:21AM +0200, jerzy.karczmarczuk at info.unicaen.fr wrote:
> Stefan O'Rear writes: 
>> ... Latex page sources are
>> infinitely superior to unadorned images of unknown providence.
> Of course, most certainly!
> But I failed to understand the relation to Wikipedia.
> OK, I see. If you look at the sources, several pages have the <img ...>
> accompagnied by the source...
> <img class="tex" alt=" y = c_i x^i \," src="blah.png" /> 
> However, extracting this from the Web page seems extremely painful...
> I never thought somebody would need that... 
> Jerzy K. 

Extremely painful?  The whole *point* of alt text is that it
transparently replaces the image for people who can't see images.  At
least my browser of choice does it.

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