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Action Paul: adding a sentence to the intro

From: Wendy A Chisholm <wendy@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2001 21:10:06 -0400
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To: w3c-wai-gl@w3.org, paulb@cpd2.usu.edu
Paul,

At the face to face you took an action to add a sentence to Lisa's proposal 
about universal access.  [1]

Here is what we recorded you as saying, "PB Appendix possibly good way, a 
sentence to talk about universal aspect. Then , or ; phrase that says, 
"although there are other options <link> for optimization." That would link 
to separate document. Part of reference to Universal Access"

However, note that in Lisa's proposal she says "optimized for different 
situations" in the last sentence.  Could this be the link to the 
appendix/server-side techniques that you were envisioning?

><this is it>
>Understanding the guidelines involves remembering that not all devices are 
>the same, (e.g. keypads, brail readers )  not all systems are the same, 
>(e.g. voice browsers, screen magnifiers)  and not all  people are the 
>same. (From the visually impaired, low motor coordination, to the learning 
>disabled, what make you unique?) In implementing the guidelines one must 
>attempt to cater for the maximum number of people in the maximum number of 
>scenarios. This can be achieved though a single accessible rendering or 
>multiple accessible renderings that are optimized for different situations.
></this is it>

--wendy

[1] http://www.w3.org/WAI/GL/2001/06/21-f2f-minutes.html
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wendy a chisholm
world wide web consortium
web accessibility initiative
seattle, wa usa
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