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From Clay Leeds <cle...@medata.com>
Subject Re: page-position="last" - bug?
Date Thu, 10 Apr 2003 15:55:49 GMT
I agree that the distinction Marcelo makes is useful--particularly since
we've got non-English native speakers who might read that literally (as
opposed to some of us native English speakers who tend to (lazily?)
infer less strict meanings of English words)

How about "Compliance/Implementation" or "Compliance (what's
implemented)" (which to me also implies 'what's "not" implemented') or
"Fruit Loops" (how did that get in there!?)? We could leave the filename
"compliance.html/.xml", but the NavLink on the left would read the new
term. This isn't a recommendation per se, just
trolling^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^Htrying to spur discussion... ;-p

Victor Mote wrote:
> The distinction that you make is a useful one, and I had to go look at the
> document to be sure of the wording. In the document, we have used "support"
> to describe the individual line items. We use "compliance" to describe the
> standard as a whole, and I think we adequately show that we are not yet
> compliant with the standard. Extensions and other extras are documented on
> separate pages. IMO, we have used the right words to describe what is going
> on. Really, the yes/no/partial describes /implementation/ (this is implied,
> but not documented), and the color coding describes /support/ at the given
> level of compliance (this is documented). I don't think there should be any
> confusion about what is going on, but I'll be glad to clarify the doc if you
> disagree.
> Victor Mote

Clay Leeds - cleeds@medata.com
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