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From: Hansen, Eric <ehansen@ETS.ORG>
Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2006 17:03:24 -0400
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Guidelines - updated 5 June 2006 


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Subject: Eric Hansen comments on WCAG 2.0 - Last Call 

Template for comments on WCAG 2.0 Last Call Draft and Support Documents
 
Commenter: Eric Hansen        
 
Email: ehansen@ets.org 
 
Affiliation: Educational Testing Service. Note that the comments do not
necessarily represent the opinions of ETS.
 
Date: 31 May 2006 
 
 
COMMENT #1
 
1) Document Abbreviation. (W2, UW, or TD)   Enter the abbreviation for
the Document you are commenting on:    W2 for WCAG 2.0;  UW for
Understanding WCAG document (and for the How To Meet sections of this
doc; and  TD for Techniques document. 
W2
 
2) Item Number  For example  "Intro" for introduction,  "1.1" for a
guideline 1.1;   "3.2.1" for success criterion 3.2.1;     "H-56" for
HTML technique number H-56 
Various comments in three major sections: conformance, guidelines, and
glossary
3) Part of Item (Heading)   Enter the heading for the section you are
commenting on.  E.g. "Intent", or "Description", or "Examples", etc.
See attached docs
 
4) Comment Type (G, T, E,  or Q)    G = General (i.e., applies to whole
document); T = Technical (i.e., deals with substance); E = Editorial
(i.e., concerns grammar, wording, formatting, etc.);  Q = Question (i.e.
not requesting any change). 
Various types. See attached docs
 
5) Comment (Including rationale for any proposed change)
The attached documents contain a variety of suggestions, comments, and
edits. Edits are marked in MS Word through change tracking.
By the way, the document seems to contain a numbers of valuable advances
over WCAG 1.0. Congratulations to all who have gotten it to this point.
 
6) Proposed Change (Be specific)   Filling this out greatly increases
our ability to understand and address your concern. 
See docs
 
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