The Reason setting REASON_DEFAULT_ALLOWED_TAGS has been updated to closely align with the w3c's spec for XHTML strict.
Previously, the setting had a somewhat archaic soup of non-standard tags, and was missing a number of perfectly valid XHTML tags, like <fieldset> and <optgroup>.
If you are not updating your settings file via subversion, you may wish to update the block of code in reason_settings.php that defines REASON_DEFAULT_ALLOWED_TAGS with the following:
* A whitelist of the XHTML tags Reason will allow to be saved to the database.
* Note: The default vaue of this setting is the set of xhtml strict elements that can be placed in the body of a page
* The two exceptions are the <script> tag, which is disabled
* (but which can be enabled by adding it to this setting),
* and the <u> tag, which is enabled for legacy reasons.
* Note that if your templates all use transitional doctypes, the following tags deprecated may be added:
* If you plan on serving your content as XHTML 1.1, you may wish to add these tags for
* ruby (pronunciation annotations for East Asian languages):
* This string should be in the same format as the second argument to php's built-in strip_tags() function, e.g.: '<a><abbr><acronym><address>'