Re: PLS errata hidden behind password

Dear Nick Levinson,

Thank you very much for pointing out this.

We are very sorry we have been using a wrong configuration
for PLS Errata page, and also didn't get back to you earlier.

I have just fixed the access permission of the page and now
the PLS Errata page is publicly accessible.



Nick Levinson wrote:
> Normally, when I retrieve errata for any document, they're just as available as the document itself. Only an extra click or two may be needed.
> However, the "errata" link on <> has required a password for access. I can access PLS but not its errata.
> I assume W3C passwords are not available for the general public.
> I sent a message, I think to W3C's webmaster, about a couple of weeks ago or so, but I just tried the link again moments ago and it's still locked, and this seems unlikely enough to ask again.
> Could you please check whether passwording was intentional and, if not, ask someone to permit read-only access?
> Thank you.

Kazuyuki Ashimura / W3C Multimodal & Voice Activity Lead
voice: +81.466.49.1170 / fax: +81.466.49.1171

Received on Sunday, 4 October 2009 03:20:10 UTC