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Re: Scope for EARL

From: Gabriele Bartolini <me@gabrielebartolini.it>
Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2005 12:22:16 +0100
Message-Id: <6.2.0.14.2.20050323121209.026f97f8@mail.gabrielebartolini.it>
To: Johannes Koch <johannes.koch@fit.fraunhofer.de>,public-wai-ert@w3.org

At 10.00 23/03/2005, Johannes Koch wrote:
>Yesterday Gabriele asked me if EARL should only be used for accessibility 
>test results. I think EARL can be used for other tests, too. What do you think?

    Sorry, that was not exactly the case. I probably did not explain myself 
properly, and I apologise for that. :-)

    I was asking you for some clarification about point # 1 (Evaluating a 
Web site using tools in different languages), in particular if you were 
volountarily referring to the 'general' case, and not just 'accessibility', 
given that point # 5's description specifically deals with accessibility 
issues (which, IMHO, could be extended to the general case too).

    I know and believe that EARL must be generic. Mine was just a question. :-)

    Also, I asked your opinion about site integrity (broken links and the 
like), particularly if it could fall into point #1 (I reckon it could also 
fall into use case # 5 if monitored over time): personally, that could be 
interesting for me as developer of ht://Check. My intention was to provide 
you with more examples and see if the cases I raised could fit into one or 
more of the existing categories you have carefully written.

    I apologise again for not having been clear enough with the private 
mail. Thank you.

Ciao,
-Gabriele

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