Thread Subject: Re: more "content"
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From: Tom Brett
Date: Thu, May 10 2007 1:50 PM
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One of the themes that we are trying to incorporate into the standards is
Usability. If standards are written in a complex manner they will not be
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Subject: Re: [teitac-websoftware] more "content"
> > "Any sequence of bytes with associated metadata that causes
> it to be
> > interpreted, by specification, as being fit to render for
> the purpose
> > of conveying information."
My problem with this language is that it may not be easy for humanoid
life forms to understand it and that it doesn't help clarify where a
developer or content provider might need to look to content standards vs
web or software standards.