Remove animal analogy.
authorIan Jacobs <>
Wed, 25 Mar 2015 13:28:07 -0500
changeset 77 58488205a79a
parent 74 3000d031a2e8
child 78 b521b8d37e2a
Remove animal analogy.
--- a/latest/use-cases/index.html	Tue Mar 24 23:55:04 2015 -0400
+++ b/latest/use-cases/index.html	Wed Mar 25 13:28:07 2015 -0500
@@ -177,27 +177,17 @@
       <h3>How this Document is Organized</h3>
-      <p>To explain the organization of this document, we draw
-      an analogy with the classification of animals.</p>
+      <p>The document is organized as follows:</p>
-	<li>Section 2 defines basic payment terms. For animals,
-	  these would be terms like "limbs"  or "systems."</li>
+	<li>Section 2 defines basic payment terms.</li>
 	<li>Section 3 describes a common payment flow at a high
-	  level. For animals, this would be like a high level, broadly
-	  applicable description of
-	  "mammals." The group expects to work on additional
-	  payment flows in future work.</li>
+	  level. The group expects to work on additional
+	  payment flows in <a href="#future-work">future work</a>.</li>
 	<li>Section 4 is a specific narrative, labeled according
-	  to the steps of section 3. For mammals,
-	  this would be like describing a dolphin. Section 7 describes
-	additional familiar narratives to give a more complete picture
-	  of how the payment phases apply (for mammals: elephants, mice, etc.).
-	</li>
+	  to the steps of section 3.</li>
 	<li>Section 6 lists the use cases, short scenarios that cover
-	  diverse aspects of each payment step. For animals, we might
-	  include a use case that covers arms, flippers, trunks and
-	  other examples of the diversity of limbs.</li>
+	  diverse aspects of each payment step.</li>
       <p>Each use case has:</p>