Anthony.Green at bbc.co.uk
Thu Dec 10 07:22:17 PST 2009
> Isn't it time you all gave in and used haml? Come on - you know it
> makes sense....
I've always dismissed HAML as one of those project 'where the devil makes
work for idle hands'
I'm not convinced by the need for an abstraction that seems to require such
cognitive adjustment from the final output.
As a Semantic HTML Web Standardista I also presumed it could only lead to
more terrible HTML code.
Willing to listen if someone can show me I'm wrong.
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