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All makes sense to me.
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Dave Pawson wrote:
> At 14:59 29/10/2003, Chiusano Joseph wrote:
> >For accessibility, the presentational form has to vary to meet end user
> >need, yet here they mandate binding them.
> >Are these two requirements (varying the presentational form to meet user
> >needs and binding presentation with content and context) orthogonal?
> I think so.
> adj. [from mathematics] Mutually independent; well
> separated; sometimes, irrelevant to.
> If that's the implied meaning.
> I read braille.
> You read print,.
> Presentational form varies.
> (data identical, just needs a transform).
> If the 'final form' varies, then the supplier (US Gov) can't store just the
> triple? It must store exceptions too, e.g. my braille presentational form,
> content and context.
> Does that make sense?
> regards DaveP
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