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Re: Proposal with updates from 26 May call

From: Gregg Vanderheiden <gv@trace.wisc.edu>
Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 11:00:02 -0500
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Ineke van der Maat wrote

 

.>[Adopted 26 May] A mechanism is available for identifying specific 

definitions of words used in an unusual or restricted way, including idioms 

and jargon

 

>Never when it is meant for encouraging phantasy! Where are these 

exceptions: can you point me to an url where these exceptions are mentioned?


Or is it impossible to have a website for phantasy comforming to level 3?

This might be too crazy for words when phantasy is forbidden.

 

>greetings

Ineke van der Maat

 

 

Hi Ineke,

 

Please note that this was a level 3 SC.  That is - only sites that want to
really go to extra effort to make thing accessible would do this.  

 

If they do - then they would have to define any words they use that are not
in existing dictionaries or 'idoms' that make sense in the phantasy but not
outside of it, etc.

 

If they do not want to do this - they do not have to.  And I can see no
conditions under which phantasy sites would ever be required to conform to
Level 3.   So it is just guidance on what to do if you want to.

 

Also - we have not made a final decision on whether one would have to do all
of level 3 to 'conform at level 3'.  So there is some chance (unknown at
this point) that one could conform at level 3 without doing every level 3
item. 

 

Did I miss something?  Or misunderstand something?   

 

Thanks 

 

Gregg

 

 

 


Gregg

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