From: Jon A. Cruz <jon@jo...> - 2009-10-23 20:16:52
On Oct 23, 2009, at 1:03 PM, Krzysztof Kosiński wrote:
> Again: I do not claim that links are useless, or that less than 50% of
> people ever use links. We can play with words but the fact remains
> that a new user expects the document to be self-contained. In other
> words, if you don't know what you want, you most certainly don't want
> a link, because your document will break as soon as you move files
> around or send it to someone else. If you want a link, you should say
> that you want a link.
But a new user also expects his files to not increase in size by 33%.
A new user also expects SVG to be small.
A new user also expects that when he edits an image in his "document"
that the changes will show up.
There are many many expectations. And the implementations to serve a
lot of them are actually conflicting.