Yep... I agree, hence "web [...] recommendations are actually about"
rather than "accessibility is actually about". Specs are
purpose-agnostic (see pages that validate but are a semantic blight on
the face of the web)... ironically, guidelines (human-language,
practical documents) are actually more useful for applying
technologies than the documents that define the technologies


On 2/9/06, Lachlan Hunt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> in the end, we *are* catering for
> humans.  We just need to do so in a way that allows machines to
> effectively pass on our messages to the user; and that is what requires
> well-defined, computer-readable semantics.
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