RE: [NOT] Microsoft's feedback on XHR2

Of course.  Sunava sent it as HTML to the list; would you find a plaintext version to be more accessible?  If so, I will resend as plaintext.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Cindy Sue Causey []
> Sent: Monday, June 16, 2008 11:56 AM
> To: Chris Wilson
> Cc: Ian Hickson; Sunava Dutta; Arthur Barstow; Marc Silbey; public-
> webapps; Eric Lawrence; David Ross; Mark Shlimovich (SWI); Doug
> Stamper; Zhenbin Xu; Michael Champion
> Subject: Re: [NOT] Microsoft's feedback on XHR2
> Hi..
> *Most respectfully*..
> Could you then, or perhaps someone else on behalf of Microsoft,
> provide an accessible alternative for those of us participating who
> have cognitive disabilities..?
> It would be my most humble observation followed by presumption that
> this would be, *in part*, Ian's purpose in providing a smaller version
> of what was originally submitted for review.. Providing readily
> available [talking points or table of contents] that lead to the then
> expanded supportive materials would help accomplish this request..
> Thank you so much in advance whichever you decide (so as to save
> chatter from my end on the list)..
> Peace and best wishes from Talking Rock.. :)
> Cindy Sue
> - :: -
> Georgia Voices That Count, 2005
> Talking Rock, GA, USA
> On Mon, Jun 16, 2008 at 2:01 PM, Chris Wilson
> <> wrote:
> >
> > No.
> >
> > I understand why you might like to edit our feedback, Ian, but your
> edit does not, in fact, represent Microsoft's feedback on cross-domain.
> What you call "redacting background material" I call "removing
> principles such that remaining points might seem unprincipled."  The
> members of the WG (and the public) are welcome to draw their own
> conclusions from our statements; I am NOT willing to have you be the
> one who draws their conclusions for them.
> >
> > As every email software package I'm aware of can handle HTML and
> text, and most of them can do an automatic translation between the two
> of them, I'll ask you again to not editorialize on Microsoft's motives
> or actions for the group.  Particularly when you are redacting the very
> principles at issue.

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