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Subject: RE: Change draft for #317: result.kind and result.level
"open" is used by proof-based tools. The tool performs an analysis. Sometimes it can prove there’s a violation (kind = "fail"), sometimes can prove there is no violation (kind = "pass"), and sometimes does not detect a violation,
but it’s unable to prove that there was no violation (kind = "open").
"review" means something like "The tool isn’t sophisticated detect violations of this rule, so please look for yourself.” In the F2F, Michael gave the example of an accessibility checker that would raise issues like “Make sure that you’re not using color alone to highlight important information.”
I still have a hard time understanding the difference between “open” and “review”
I pushed a change draft for Issue #317: “Consider splitting resultlevel into result.level and result.kind”:
We will move its adoption at TC Meeting #32 on Wednesday, February 20th.