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RE: WSTF: draft features matrix

From: Shawn Lawton Henry <shawn@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2004 09:57:49 -0600
To: <Andrew.Arch@visionaustralia.org.au>, "'WAI Website Redesign Taskforce'" <public-wai-eo-site@w3.org>
Message-ID: <001701c3d537$00693bc0$4579bf42@SLHenry>

> From: Andrew.Arch@visionaustralia.org.au 
>
> #1 ID 2 "Build Your Own Style Sheets"
> I had in mind something more akin to what the AFB
> (http://www.afb.org/myafb.asp) offers - pick and chose the 
> settings that suit your needs.

Ah, OK. Then, I'd say leave in ID 2 and fix the description, and add in
the notes that link to AFb as an example.

Also, for ID 1 ("Alternative Sytle Sheets") can put in notes example:
"Select a Style Sheet (CSS)" at http://www.trace.wisc.edu/sitehelp/

 
> #2 ID [new] "Index"
> I think a good site map and a WAI search capacity are far 
> more important than an alphabetical index. If we had a 
> site-map, but no WAI search, I would still only rate this as 
> low-medium.

ok with me.

i got the idea when looking at different categorizations of things,
e.g., having all the checklists under "C" and techiques under "T" - in
addition to site map categorization.

(note that WAI search might be complicated and have not yet figured out
the feasibility of getting that soon...)


> #3 Is it appropriate to also use this list for additional 
> content I think this is a good place to capture this 
> information (maybe a separate Excel tab?).
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