This ticket arises out action on a now-closed Feature Request:
The Nelson and Baxter bibliographical items in this example:
are purposely encoded with no extraneous whitespace, in accordance with arguments by John McCaskey and others that whitespace in elements such as
<bibl> is significant and should not be discarded by a processor. However, the Guidelines rendering code automatically pretty-prints them in indented format, adding whitespace where there shouldn't be any. We should decide whether this is important or not; if it is, then rendering of such elements in examples should be tweaked so that the original whitespace content is exactly preserved.