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Re: Techniques, Procedures, and Checklists (aside)

From: Michael S Elledge <elledge@msu.edu>
Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2012 09:47:31 -0400
Message-Id: <2C6D2DB7-7B7F-4D35-A4E7-E70BFB0778CD@msu.edu>
Cc: Kerstin Probiesch <k.probiesch@googlemail.com>, Eval TF <public-wai-evaltf@w3.org>
To: Alistair Garrison <alistair.j.garrison@gmail.com>
Hi Everyone--

Could we use the terms "evaluation techniques" and "developer techniques" to differentiate them? Otherwise this gets mighty confusing. 


On Jun 14, 2012, at 9:17 AM, Alistair Garrison <alistair.j.garrison@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Kerstin, 
> Shadi's responses to my questions were respectfully clear.  This is not part of Shadi's attempted summary, so I have changed the thread.
> I'd still like to know how you (Kerstein Probiesch) actually know when 'Rome' is reached? And, again I would ask - Do you follow a check list, or is it gut feeling?
> Alistair
> On 14 Jun 2012, at 14:10, Kerstin Probiesch wrote:
>> Hi Alistair,
>> even if a technique can be submitted it doesn't mean that it will be
>> submitted. Until a technique is accepted and an updated version of WCAG2 is
>> published time goes by and it would mean, that a working technique couldn't
>> be used because it is not part of the techniques document. We should also
>> consider that we speak not only about HTML and ARIA but also about PDF,
>> where there are discussions about (as I understood 'differences') between
>> WCAG 2.0 techniques and PDF/UA techniques.
>> There are many ways to rome and a way is successful if rome is reached, even
>> when the route is not one of the suggested route in existing street maps.
>> Let's see the WCAG 2.0 as something like this: even when I don't think about
>> going to rome but to a friend's house in an area nearby google maps gives me
>> a route which would indicate, that I have to follow a route which will take
>> me a 17 minutes (walk). Instead of taking this route I tested a small way
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