Re: [Draft] Requirements for Before/After Web Site Retrofitting Demo

As I get further into this it would seem that the original "R" in the 
acronym "EARL" (Evaluation & Repair Language) might be what is intended 
to become "retrofit" instead of "repair"???

Once the agreement is reached that "retrofit" is appropriate in the 
context of repairing an accessibility-broken Web site, then we can go 
ahead on. I just don't see it as a better word, but in the end it 
doesn't matter if the sites get repaired or retrofitted as long as they 
get fixed.

Am I missing something, or did I miss where the decision to use 
"retrofit" in place of "repair" came about? If it's already been 
decided, fine.


Received on Thursday, 16 June 2005 19:29:15 UTC