What Beauty in Irony? Rated 2 out of 5 stars
You say plus. I say "add". You say minus. I say "subtract". You say i18n.
I say nothing, but I digress.
Awesome! I haven't tried it yet, but the publisher apparently isn't afraid to push the envelope on screen font legibility-- an affinity shared between he and i-- indeed, more than words could describe (which might explain the lack thereof for its purpose), this approach to brevity is quite demonstrative of an inclination toward intuitive design, open-minded inventiveness, and is one veritable asset of inarguable esteem.
For this, I've decided with little doubt, the Dublin Core NeViewer is very nice. But... wait: what is it?
Shooting in the dark, I'm going to guess that "Dublin Core NeViewer" is an enhancement for multilingual developers-- an aide for promoting universal accessibility, and understanding. This, of course, is just a guess. I venture likewise to make a prediction about usability, for a whole is only half without its complement in documentation. I have little on which to base my expectations, so I expect the same to be true farther down the line. How am I doing so far in my own understanding? How is this affectation, for the muse of irony?
As a proponent of accessibility, and universal understanding, I am interested in the nature of this extension-- but I may be completely off-base. I do hope there might be more to learn on my next visit. Next time it's revealed here at AMO, I will look for an updated description (I hope I might find in the details, some text which does more describing, please).