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RE: Bare-bones proposal for 1.3, "Ensure that information,

From: Mike Barta <mikba@microsoft.com>
Date: Fri, 13 May 2005 10:17:26 -0700
Message-ID: <7DF35A0B5F67E84B9095C21C8A97641804DCC63A@RED-MSG-33.redmond.corp.microsoft.com>
To: "Tim Boland" <frederick.boland@nist.gov>, <w3c-wai-gl@w3.org>

Good point I believe we are using authored unit / delivered unit rather than the more nebulous 'document' yes?

η ελευθερία της ομιλίας είναι ουσιαστική στη δημοκρατία

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Subject: Re: Bare-bones proposal for 1.3, "Ensure that information,


Do we have an agreed-upon definition of what a "document" is?  I couldn't 
find definition in the Feb 11 2005 WCAG WD Glossary [1]; also, success 
criteria categorization in WCAG WD refers to "Web resources" (I couldn't 
find definition for "Web resource" or "resource" in WCAG Glossary [1] 
either, although there is a reference made in "URI pattern" definition).

Finally, is it a deliberate decision of the WCAG WG not to insert 
quantifiers before appropriate terms in the success criteria language (for 
example, "all" structures, or "at least one" structure), to be more 
specific about what is meant and to aid eventual "testability" related to 
success criteria?   Perhaps this has been discussed previously..

Thanks and best wishes
Tim Boland NIST




> > Level 1 success criteria
> >
> >       1. Structures within the document can be
> >       programmatically determined.
>
>We resolved to accept this, for good reasons.
>
> >
> >
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