Thread Subject: Re: 1194.22(b) in Group A:Distinguish OSfromsoftware apps
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From: Travis Roth
Date: Fri, Oct 20 2006 5:35 PM
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Alex Li wrote:
"there are still many simple government websites that would not fit so well
with application standards"
It would seem logical to have some separation between web applications and
content. Some websites are content-oriented whereas others are applications.
Also the line between software and web applications is blurring. While
keeping the guidelines separate for now may be most logical, I anticipate
many of the guidelines will overlap as the current trend is for web
applications to simulate the functionality formerly only found in software
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