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From: Elliotte Harold <elharo@metalab.unc.edu>
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2008 07:11:55 -0700
Message-ID: <48AC262B.2070701@metalab.unc.edu>
To: public-bpwg-comments@w3.org

A purely editorial note: your markup is reusing the ID sec-purpose 
(perhaps others) more than once. This makes the document invalid:

<a name="sec-purpose" id="sec-purpose">From the point of view of this 
document, Content Transformation is the
                     manipulation in various ways, by proxies, of 
requests made to and content
                     delivered by an origin server with a view to making 
it more suitable for mobile
                     presentation.</a></p><p><a name="sec-purpose" 
id="sec-purpose">The W3C Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group neither 
approves nor disapproves of Content Transformation, but
                     recognizes that is being deployed widely across 
mobile data access networks. The
                     deployments are widely divergent to each other, 
with many non-standard HTTP
                     implications, and no well-understood means either 
of identifying the presence of
                     such transforming proxies, nor of controlling their 
actions. This document
                     establishes a framework to allow that to 
happen.</a></p><p><a name="sec-purpose" id="sec-purpose">The overall 
objective of this document is to provide a means, as far as is
                     practical, for users to be provided with at least a 
</a><a 
href="http://www.w3.org/TR/di-gloss/#def-functional-user-experience">"functional 
user experience"</a>
                     <a href="#ref-DIGLOSS">[Device Independence 
Glossary]</a> of the Web, when mobile, taking into account the
                     fact that an increasing number of content providers 
create experiences specially
                     tailored to the mobile context which they do not 
wish to be altered by third
                     parties. Equally it takes into account the fact 
that there remain a very large
                     number of Web sites that do not provide a 
<em>functional user
                     experience</em> when perceived on many mobile 
devices.</p>

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Elliotte Rusty Harold  elharo@metalab.unc.edu
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