>>>>> On 7 Mar 2006, Bill Denney <email@example.com> wrote:
denney> It turned out that the model that crashed the
denney> validator was mine. The problem was that I used
denney> Model instead of model. I would propose that
denney> every location in the standard where the word
denney> model is in a monospace font, it should be lower
Your timing on this report is very good -- we're just now
editing the final L2V2 spec.
I can understand the frustration in being caught by this.
I'm now playing with alternative font/face attribute
combinations to try to make cleaner separations between the
different kinds of entities being discussed. Hopefully the
next version will be more clear in this respect.
(Quick explanation for 'Things' vs 'things': There is a
distinction we were trying to make between classes of things
and their translation into concrete XML tags, and this is
part of why you're these different uses. Still, more visual
aids would be helpful.)