Another attempt at plain language
Shawn.Steele at microsoft.com
Sun Sep 13 19:10:50 CEST 2015
> But how should it be solved then? I get your concerns, but I have not yet found any alternatives.
One interesting point is:
Making metadata viewable by humans (future link)
◦EXAMPLE: Providing, in metadata, URI(s) that point to a pre-primary-reading-level and a primary-reading-level text transcript of a new scientific discovery advanced-reading-level article.
Which would require two tags. (Pre-primary and primary). I'm generally an accessibility proponent, so I find myself pretty confused here. I know what it means to be accessible for blind people or other physical disabilities. I'm having a hard time grokking what this means though.
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