RE: XFO Mapping...

Subject: RE: XFO Mapping...
From: DPawson@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Wed, 5 May 1999 15:52:07 +0100

Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL)
Version 1.0
World Wide Web Consortium Working Draft 16-December-1998
Para 3.1 reads:
3.1 Introduction
The approach that we have taken in constructing this draft was to evaluate
the requirements for print and online documents and established a target set
of capabilities. This set of capabilities reflect the long-term goals of

Note the emphasis on print and on-line documents.

Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) Specification 
W3C Working Draft 21 Apr 1999 

1. Introduction and Overview reads
XSL is a language for expressing stylesheets. Given a class of structured
documents or data files in XML, designers use an XSL stylesheet to express
their intentions about how that structured content should be presented; that
is, how the source content should be styled, laid out and paginated onto
some presentation medium such as a window in a Web browser or a set of
physical pages in a book, report, pamphlet, or memo.

This most recent draft uses the phrase <note>some presentation


How to extend this to cover 
Tactile media?


the requirement document 

Aural stylesheets 
Support for audio (aural) stylesheets.

XSL must support accessibility mechanisms 
Additional accessibility support will be defined.

Perhaps this is the addition we might ask for?

HTH, regards, DaveP

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