On 19 Aug, Toshiro Kuwabara wrote:
> Hi,

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> Excuse me, but I ask you one thing.> \cle
> 
> I think that if we restrict "((<...>))" within (2) type, but even so
> we also have to write "((<mailto:toshirok / yb3.so-net.ne.jp>))" for mail
> address, because we write URL inside "((<...>))" for (2).

That would be ok! :-)

> 
> Did you propose to restrict "((<...>))" only to  mail address?

No! See below...

> 
> I suppose using "((<...>))" for URL reference is better.
> "((<URL:http://www.netlab.co.jp/ruby/>))" is verbose,
> and using "((<...>))" only for mail-address is too restricted.

I have no real objections against it. Only I am very lazy, so I don't
like to write too much unnessary, you know? ;-)

I would prefer, if we could write "((<mailto:...>))" respectively
"((<http:...>))" or "((<ftp:...>))".

That means we could perhaps spare the "URL:" part, couldn't we?

> 
> ---
> Tosh

\cle