Heh, my (x)html does not validate! At least, that’s what the w3c says after banning me for hitting refresh like twice in a single minute:
Service Temporarily Unavailable
The bwshare module will refuse your requests for the next 41 seconds.
You have made too many requests per second.
Apache/2.2.4 (Debian) mod_bwshare/0.2.0 Server at validator.w3.org Port 80
And just minutes later, it lets me in:
The document located at *blah* was checked and found to be valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional. This means that the resource in question identified itself as “XHTML 1.0 Transitional” and that we successfully performed a formal validation using an SGML or XML Parser (depending on the markup language used)
This is unacceptably lame; if the WWW Consortium is so strapped for money they cannot afford a couple boxes to run their validation service on, expect the organization to completely fall apart in the near future. Thanks for the HTML, it was nice.
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