RE: Rolling the personalization SC into 4.1.2

From: John Foliot []
Sent: Tuesday, July 18, 2017 10:06 AM
To: Alastair Campbell <>

So, for example, I'd only want to reference a "publicly available taxonomy" suitable for use, of which coga-semantics appears will be the best fit, but that leaves open the door that another taxonomy could also be used (especially in early days).
[Jason] “Publicly available” and “accessibility-supported” are both essential. Also, some of the taxonomies may have to be domain-specific. The UI components provided by a shopping site are different from those of a bibliographical database, an online word processor, an airline reservation system, a learning management system, etc. There may well be multiple vocabularies for different applications.
The benefits may also be cross-disability. Consider, for example, using such a taxonomy to provide consistent keyboard bindings for common UI components (common, that is, within each application domain).


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