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Lexicon: Readings for the face-to-face Boston

From: Henk Snetselaar <H.Snetselaar@bartimeus.nl>
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2005 09:34:22 +0100
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Dear EOWG members,

Readings for Face-to-Face in Boston

Subject: Lexicon Task Force work

To remember:
(Just briefly) The Lexicon Task Force is composing a beginners Lexicon of WAI words and phrases. The entries will be taken mostly from most common WAI documents and existing glossaries. The description of the entries should be in plain and clear language. The main purpose is to aid translators and readers, not familiar with WAI terminology. 
For the Lexicon requirements document, Lexicon Task Force Work Statement, Lexicon list archives and the Lexicon e-mail list, see the Internet links at the bottom of this message.

The Lexicon Task Force counts 10 members, inclusive Shawn as W3C team contact. At the face-to-face in Boston we will present the work we have done so far and will have some time for discussion. 
Please see the list of proposed entries below as preparation for that discussion.

How to read the Lexicon entry list.
The entries for the Lexicon are 59 in total. 
List should be read as follows:
- Number, 
- Entry word or phrase, 
- Document(s) from which the entry is taken within square brackets
- {ATAG} at the end of the line means that this was an entry that also exists in the ATAG20 glossary

1,   Access Key ,  [ATAG10]
2,   Accessibility  , [WCAG10] [WCAG20]
3,   Accessible  Content, [PWD-Use-Web], {ATAG}
4,   Aging-Related Conditions , [UAAG10]
5,   Alternative Equivalents for Content , [WCAG10] [WCAG20]
6,   Applet, [UAAG10]
7,   Assistive Technology  , [UAAG10]
8,   Attribute  , [UAAG10], {ATAG}
9,   Audio Descriptions, [ATAG10-TECHS] [ATAG-Wombat], {ATAG}
10,   Authoring Tool  , WCAG, {ATAG}
11,   Backward compatible, PWD
12,   Braille and refreshable Braille, PWD ??
13,   Braille display, WS-GL ??
14,   Browser, ATAG/UAAG/WCAG
15,   Captions, HIGH-TECH, {ATAG}
16,   Cascading Style Sheet, WCAG
17,   Client-side Scripting, WCAG ??
18,   Conformance, Eval
19,   Conformance evaluation, ATAG 
20,   Conversion, WCAG, {ATAG}
21,   Deprecated, UAAG/WCAG
22,   Device independence, CC-PP, {ATAG}
23,   Dynamic Content, CC-PP
24,   Equivalent alternative, WCAG, {ATAG}
25,   Event Handlers, WCAG
26,   Graceful Transformation
27,   image map, [WCAG10] [WCAG20]
28,   inaccessible markup, [ATAG10]
29,   Informative, [UAAG10]
30,   input method, [WCAG10] [WCAG20]
31,   interactive element,  non interactive element,  [UAAG10]
32,   interoperability, [RFC1983]
33,   keyboard equivalent, [HFES]
34,   Linearized table, [WCAG10] [WCAG20]
35,   link text, [WCAG10] [WCAG20] 
36,   Markup language, [WCAG10] [WCAG20] , {ATAG}
37,  Metadata,[WEAVING]
38,  Natural language, [UAAG10] 
39,   Non-normative, [UAAG10]
40,   Normative, [UAAG10]
41,   Objects, [WCAG10] [WCAG20]
42,   Output method, [WCAG10] [WCAG20]
43,   Personal Digital Assistant  , (PDA) [WCAG10] [WCAG20] ??
44,   Photosensitive Epilepsy,  Photoepilepsy, [WCAG10] [WCAG20] ??
45,   Placeholder, [UAAG10] ??
46,   Real-time Events, [WCAG2.0]
47,   Rendered Content, [ATAG10] [CSS10] [CSS20][UAAG10]
48,   Repairing,  Accessibility , , {ATAG}
49,   Screen Magnifier, [WCAG10] [WCAG20][PWD-Use-Web]
50,   Screen Reader
51,   Server-side Scripting
52,   Tab Order 
53,   Techniques, , {ATAG}
54,   Text browsers
55,   Time-dependent Presentation
56,   Transcript, , {ATAG}
57,   Transform gracefully (see graceful transformation)
58,   User Agent, , {ATAG}
59,   Voice Browser

Lexicon addresses information:
- Lexicon e-mail list: public-wai-eo-lexicon@w3.org 
- WAI (Printable) Glossary: http://www.w3.org/WAI/GL/Glossary/printable.html 
- First draft of a Lexicon overview:  http://www.w3.org/WAI/lexicon/Overview.html 
- Lexicon requirements document: http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/changelogs/cl-lexicon 
- Lexicon Task Force Work Statement: http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/2004/lexicon.html 
- Lexicon list archives: http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-wai-eo-lexicon 
- Translation priorities: http://www.w3.org/WAI/translation.html 

Henk Snetselaar

H. Snetselaar
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Foundation Bartiméus Accessibility
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