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PerlMonks Approved Chatter HTML Tags

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Here is the list of currently allowed HTML tags and attributes for use in the chatterbox.

Tag Attributes
a href, name, target, title
abbr title
b n/a
blink n/a
c1 n/a
code1 n/a
del n/a
em n/a
font color
i n/a
ins n/a
small n/a
strike n/a
strong n/a
sub n/a
sup n/a
tt class
u n/a

1Note that <code> and <c> are not really HTML tags at PerlMonks. They prevent enclosed special characters like <, >, &, [, and ] from being interpreted. Also, not even whitespace is allowed inside (< code > will not be recognized) and each must have a matching </code> or </c> for it to work.

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[Corion]: Mhhmmm - https://sod.pixlab .io/ looks really interesting for embedding with Perl (XS), but they don't have any kind of free model available and the cheapest pretrained model costs EUR 40 :-(
[Corion]: Maybe I should mail them to find out if they can provide me a "hotdog / no hotdog" model for developping the XS bindings. It would be nice to have a self-contained XS library for applying models to data. Or maybe I should look at TensorFlow, which can...
[Corion]: ... at least be trained by me, instead of relying on a vendor

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