Re: next chat - 29 May 2002

Hi all,

regrets :(

On the other hand, in talking to the folks at UsableNet they said that the
location thing is going to be really pretty important for providing
interoperability in the scenario wher a repair tool gets the information
about what is wrong for a different tool. This is backed up by the fact that
HiSoftware felt the need to have a tightly-specified way of referring to the
location of a problem, and used their own namespace to do it.



On Wed, 29 May 2002, Wendy A Chisholm wrote:

  Hello all,

  17:00 to 22:00 GMT on Wednesday

      Port: 6665
      Channel: #er


  1. Nick's web service.  He's updated it since our last chat.

  alternatively, Jim made a form to post to the service

  2. Identifying specific elements on the page. XPointers are ideal, but they
  can change as the document is modified. Jim and Nick implemented fuzzy
  pointers - Nick's statement of problem and proposal for solution - 11 April
  charles makes a locations proposal:

  3. test corpus

  4. do we want to discuss the "lack of verbs" issue that Nadia raises [0]
  and SBP [1] amd NK [2] respond?


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