Le mercredi 03 octobre 2012 à 12:07 -0700, Michiel de Jong a écrit :
> 'direct', 'meta',
I think these are not needed, because sometimes they mix each other. For
instance, points about how the terms get changed are both direct and
meta. Most of the terms from "governance" are both direct and meta, etc.
Easy to read are not "direct" because there is no clause like: we make
terms which are easy to read. So it's meta… but it's very directly
connected. So really, I would drop that distinction, especially since
both have influence on the class.