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Re: [w3c/push-api] APA WG comment: ability to pause notifications (#259)

From: JaninaSajka <janina@rednote.net>
Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2017 10:46:49 -0400
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Martin:

I think we're not communicating. So, in an attempt to clarify ...

*	We have no intention of submitting this text to Notifications
*	API.

*	APA is preparing a filing for the Notifications spec that would add a
*	normative requirement:

	http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-apa/2017Aug/0018.html

	*	If accepted it would clearly obviate the content of our
	*	proposed, and now rejected informative Accessibility
	*	Impact statement for Push API.

	Are you active in WHAT's Notifications work?


	Janina

Martin Thomson writes:
> I don't think that we should add this text.  The Notifications API is the right place for this text.  The proposed text clearly acknowledges this point.  I realize that adding text here might appear to help the case for adding text to the Notifications API, but that's not the right way to approach this issue.
> 
> Please take this issue to the Notifications API.  The need for user controls over whether notifications are shown is clearly a good thing. To my knowledge most user agents provide these controls, so I don't anticipate any issues with adding some informative text there about the impact of notifications on accessibility.
> 
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