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RE: web standards and accessibility blogs, etc.

From: Denis Boudreau [ CYBERcodeur.net ] <denis@cybercodeur.net>
Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2003 12:23:31 -0400
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>  -----Original Message-----
>  From: public-evangelist-request@w3.org
>  [mailto:public-evangelist-request@w3.org]On Behalf Of ed nixon
>  Sent: April 25, 2003 12:10 PM
>  To: public-evangelist@w3.org
>  Subject: web standards and accessibility blogs, etc.
>  I've taken the liberty of culling from the lists of weblogs, magazines
>  and community servers posted today. You can find it here:
>  http://www.lynnparkplace.org/vot/archives/accessibility/000015.html.
>  It's a rough job of cut and paste further chewed via Textile. I've tried
>  to clean up spelling problems, etc. and I've tried to add some value by
>  going to each of the sites and getting an impression of what it's about.
>  However, I admit I may have resorted to "easy humour" on occasion as I
>  got punchier and punchier with the work. For that I apologize.
>  However, the comments about legibility come from a boomer,
>  post-fifty-type guy with tri-focals whose eyes have seen many glories,
>  but are getting dimmer with age. You might take that to heart in
>  particular with respect to the more pastel of the text-color choices.
>  Neutral and desaturated text is also a major chore.
>  If you find errors, dead links, etc. OR if you have additional (high
>  quality with sustained content please) links, please forward them or put
>  them up on the list. In addition, the HTML (or Textile formatted) source
>  can be got for the price of an email request to yours truly.

Wow, great initiative! This is a wonderful idea :)

We should definitely try to make it as complete as possible, for everybody's
references :)

However right off the bat two things should be clarified :

Tristan Nitot - the webblog
URL should be pointing to new address : http://www.standblog.com/ , not old

Eric Daspet - looks like a project journal about the [re]design of the blog
This is more like a Weblog on technologies and opinions. While it is
focussing on it's redesign at the moment, it is much more than that :)

Denis Boudreau
Received on Friday, 25 April 2003 12:24:18 UTC

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