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Re: Two review versions of WCAG2ICT

From: Peter Korn <peter.korn@oracle.com>
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2012 14:12:14 -0800
Message-ID: <50C9013E.3060207@oracle.com>
To: Michael Cooper <cooper@w3.org>
CC: WCAG2ICT <public-wcag2ict-tf@w3.org>
Michael,


On 12/12/2012 12:31 PM, Michael Cooper wrote:
> ...
>> PK:
>>
>>   * Shouldn't ALL of the "Additional guidance" blocks be: "Additional
>>     guidance when applying {Guideline | Success Criterion} [x.y{.z}]
>>     to Electronic *Non-Web* Documents and SoftwareAspects of
>>     Products:" ??  I thought that was part of the global search &
>>     replace.
>>
> MC: Yeah, I guess it should have been. This text comes out of my XSLT 
> file, not the actual  and I didn't apply the search / replace there. 
> I've fixed that now.

I now see: "Additional guidance when applying {Guideline | Success 
Criterion} [x.y{.z}] to Non-Web Documents and Software Aspects of 
Products:" everywhere.  That's half of the change, but I thought it 
would end at "Software".  Not still "Software Aspects of Products".

Thus (I thought) it would read: "Additional guidance when applying 
{Guideline | Success Criterion} [x.y{.z}] to Non-Web Documents and 
Software:"

Could you please make that further change?  [note that since "Software" 
is one of our key terms and that definition incorporates "software 
products or software aspects of hardware-software products", we are fine 
ending each "Additional guidance" lines at "software".

>> ...
>> PK:
>>
>>   * I think the Editor's Note for SC 3.2.4 should also mention
>>     another key part of the back-up plan: that we would also have to
>>     say that the WCAG2ICT TF does not yet have guidance for how to
>>     apply this SC to software.  WCAG WG should have that info before
>>     them as part of their review this Thursday.
>>
> MC: I think that's within the spirit of the backup plan, so I made the 
> change. I also changed the editorial note to show the new version 
> rather than just describe it, so if we go to the backup I just have to 
> swap that in.

Yup, looks good.  If they require our back-up plan, you'll also need to 
put brackets around [set of non-web documents] and red-ify it...


Peter
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