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From: Gregg Vanderheiden <gv@trace.wisc.edu>
Date: Tue, 10 Aug 2004 16:03:55 -0500
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John wrote:

As I understood the discussion, people who participated in the call agreed
about the following (I don’t remember whether there was formal consensus):
1.    The four terms should be reduced to two:
a.     Proposal: replace “derived programmatically” and“programmatically
identified” with “programmatically determined.”

This is close but not exact.  

We decided to replace “programmatically identified” with a description of
what we wanted.

We then collapsed 
“derived programmatically”
Into 
“programmatically determined.”

So we collapsed three into two (one of which we dropped in favor of its text
description since it was only used in one place). 


 So 
Guideline 3.2  L2 SC1
becomes
1. Any extreme change of context is implemented in a manner that provides a
machine readable notification.


Now - having said that --- is that what we want?  Is it machine readability
we are looking for? 

We need to discuss this carefully. 


Gregg

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