============================== CFJ 3037 ==============================
It is possible to send the American Sign language word for "run" via
a public message.
Called by Yally: 20 Jun 2011 03:31:14 GMT
Assigned to Walker: 20 Jun 2011 03:58:35 GMT
Judged TRUE by Walker: 21 Jun 2011 09:25:16 GMT
Either the American Sign language form of run is just the word "run," or
American Sign language is not a printable language, and therefore there is no
way to send the American Sign language form of run via a public message.
However, it may still be possible to send a video or a series of pictures
illustrating the use of the word.
Gratuitous Arguments by Machiavelli:
it is possible to send a video or a series of pictures
as a public message by publishing a link to it and announcing that you
publish the video or series of pictures. By this mechanism, the ASL
word for "run" can be sent in a public message.
Also, the ASL word for "run" can be represented as a piece of text
(using Wiktionary's system) or as a single image (using SignWriting),
or, arguably, as an English word (using glossing). Note that glossing,
unlike the other two methods, produces a symbol that is etymologically
unrelated to the symbol it represents, and does not obviously
represent that symbol (it could simply be representing the English
Judge Walker's Arguments:
On 20 June 2011 17:33, Kerim Aydin wrote:
> On Mon, 20 Jun 2011, Charles Walker wrote:
>> On 20 June 2011 04:58, Ed Murphy wrote:
>>> ============================== CFJ 3037 ==============================
>>> It is possible to send the American Sign language word for "run"
>>> via a public message.
>> Is there any precedent on whether public messages can be sent as
>> attachments or embedded media files?
> Attachments is in 2799; basically ok if the effort to decode the attachment
> isn't unreasonable (i.e. its in a common format with appropriate metadata
> and the body refers to the attachment).
> Links to external sources aren't ok however, contrary to Tanner's arguments:
> A CFJ found that you CAN'T publish something by publishing a link to it,
> in particular what's the timing of the publication if the image remains
> in the sender's control to change the contents after the link is sent? I
> think the example was (omd?) publishing an image that actually changed in
> text between Support/Object but I'm not finding it... anyone have better
In that case I judge TRUE. Even if an attachment doesn't work, ehird's
point about ASCII does. See