#DSA #legaldesign The study of european official journals could be considered boring, as well as deeping into the formats used in judgments and decisions.
You have to be familiar with linguistic methods, a bit of html, latin and ancient greek could help :) but if you approach the matter as a developer, you understand much more about the meanings that the pros, working on official journal, wants to transmit.
Just an example. You can highlight chapters in h1 h2 h3 h4 or with a neutral hx1 and hx2 (it's pseudocode) to distinguish every chapter, hilightning titles but in a different key.
Or you can chang this hx1 and hx2 format occasionally to int-hx1 or int-hx2 (pseudo code) without reason.
However, I prefer it much more than the italian use of Atoma Nkoso, used to apply <p> everywhere.
It's really a pity there's no a developing algorythms culture in parliaments. AI can't solve the problem. Laws are for rules and exceptions, not for statical meanings.
However, the work today is on DSA:
- interactive text: https://lnkd.in/da9sugQK
- live indexed: https://lnkd.in/dRQXcEcu
Take a look and interact with "your" laws.
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