Re: essential use case of personlization missed out

Hi Lisa,

I think that’s true. It is not that there is no content requirement, it is that the boundary between content & user-agent needs defining with some kind of working code. Until that is fleshed out the process of creating content requirements is too theoretical.



From: "lisa.seeman"


EA reached out to the user agent producers and they are not in a stable place right now. You can get it but it is not widely available.
I think that means, unfortunately, we can not not this as AA. but it should be art of user agents first.

All the best

Lisa Seeman

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---- On Wed, 26 Jul 2017 17:05:16 +0300 Alastair Campbell<> wrote ----
> there was a browser that changed the symbol set based on the concept code used, and the users preferred symbol set, it is opensource on github. But there was not the content to support it.

So there is no user-agent for this at the moment?

> What we need to do is have a requirement that content made for this audience

If it is content specific to certain audiences, how would that be scoped? Without a specific scope that is derived from the content, that puts it at AAA at best.

> the scope really needs to be written in terms of audience not content - and that is the challenge

Indeed, that isn’t how “content guidelines” work.

Is there an agreed & published concept set, the “Linked Open Data” referenced?

The links to don’t appear to work.


Received on Wednesday, 26 July 2017 15:56:41 UTC