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Re: Thinking about ATAG 2.0 Guideline B.1.1 Support Web content technologies that enable the creation of content that is accessible.

From: Jan Richards <jan.richards@utoronto.ca>
Date: Mon, 08 Jun 2009 17:25:25 -0400
Message-ID: <4A2D81C5.5060909@utoronto.ca>
To: WAI-AUWG List <w3c-wai-au@w3.org>
Hi all,

Here is a first shot at my action item from the call. I haven't looked 
it over thoroughly, but I wanted to follow up quickly on our discussion 

1. In B.1.1...

REMOVE Guideline B.1 (this would actually match WCAG 2.0 which doesn't 
have their "accessibility supported" stuff as a success criteria - 
instead it is a "conformance requirement")

2. In the ATAG 2.0 conformance profile...

5(b) Included Technologies: A list of the *Web content technologies* 
(including version numbers) produced by the *authoring tool*  that the 
Claimant is *including* in the conformance claim.
- The *authoring tool* must meet the requirements of ATAG 2.0 during the 
production of each technology on the list.
- The list must include any *Web content technologies* that are 
automatically selected by the *authoring tool* (e.g., for *automatic 
content generation*, as the default technology for *author-generated 
- For each *Web content technology*, provide information on how the 
technology might be used to create accessible Web content (e.g., provide 
links to technology-specific techniques)

5(c [was d]) Excluded Technologies: A list of any *Web content 
technologies* produced by the the *authoring tool* that the Claimant is 
*excluding* from the conformance claim.
- The *authoring tool* is not required to meet the requirements of ATAG 
2.0 during the production of the technologies on this list.
- *Web content Technologies* may only be excluded that are not 
automatically selected by the *authoring tool*.

Received on Monday, 8 June 2009 21:35:42 UTC

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