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RE: Finding complete processes

From: Velleman, Eric <evelleman@bartimeus.nl>
Date: Thu, 1 Dec 2011 09:40:48 +0000
To: Martijn Houtepen <m.houtepen@accessibility.nl>, Alistair Garrison<alistair.j.garrison@gmail.com>, Eval TF <public-wai-evaltf@w3.org>, KerstinProbiesch <k.probiesch@googlemail.com>
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Yes! 
But is a game/complete process always part of the scope if it is on a website? Can we include or exclude parts?
Kindest regards,

Eric


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Van: Martijn Houtepen [m.houtepen@accessibility.nl]
Verzonden: woensdag 30 november 2011 10:01
Aan: Alistair Garrison; Eval TF; Kerstin Probiesch
Onderwerp: RE: Finding complete processes

Hi All,

I agree. I think a predefined way of navigating, leading to a goal of some kind (a download for example) could be regarded a 'complete process' as well. In the case of point-and-click adventure games, the whole game will be a 'complete process'.

Best regards,

Martijn

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Van: Alistair Garrison [mailto:alistair.j.garrison@gmail.com]
Verzonden: woensdag 30 november 2011 9:36
Aan: Eval TF; Kerstin Probiesch
Onderwerp: Re: Finding complete processes

Hi All,

Just adding to my previous mail.

The simplest way to find complete processes might be to search (scan) the site for forms (excluding those in every page i.e. search)... Saying that, search (and other 'on every page' forms) probably should be included once as a complete process.

Again, all the best

Alistair




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