Who are these yahoos?

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I was setting up a new site in Yahoo's Site Explorer today and noticed the following:
If you have added the META tag, please keep the tag <META name="y_key" content="somecharacters" /> in your site's home page.
I'm not sure how many people have noticed that the meta element here is a bit of a standards contradiction. Given the trailing slash, we can see that this complies with the XHTML standard regarding empty elements. However, the uppercase element name is in violation of the XHTML recommendation.  Perhaps I'm being too anal, but I'd sort of expect web-based company's webmaster tools to generate valid markup. 

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