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Request to Join WAI Web Content Guidelines Working Group

From: David P. Vandagriff <dvandagriff@corda.com>
Date: Tue, 09 Oct 2001 12:54:07 -0400
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To: w3c-wai-gl@w3.org

Given Name: David

Family Name: Vandagriff

Email Address: dvan@corda.com

Office Telephone Number: 801-805-9415

Employer / Organization: CORDA Technologies

Indicate whether your organization is a W3C Member: No

Area of interest: (Non W3C members please state area of expertise)

[X] develop Web content on a regular basis,

[ ] work with people with disabilities who use the Web,

[ ] have a disability and regularly use the Web,

[X] instruct people on developing Web content,

[X]or have general usability, development, or accessibility knowledge

[X] I have read the 
<http://www.w3.org/WAI/GL/new-charter-2000.html>WC<http://www.w3.org/WAI/GL/ 
new-charter-2000.html> Guidelines Working Group Charter and agree to the 
participation criteria therein (please indicate the revision date of the 
charter, e.g., 2000/01/21).2000/11/27

Intellectual Property Rights (check one):

[ ] To the best of my knowledge, I believe my organization does not have 
any IPR claims regarding guidelines for the accessibility of Web content.

[X] To the best of my knowledge, I believe my organization has the 
following IPR claims regarding guidelines for the accessibility of Web 
content. (Please specify)  CORDA Technologies creates and publishes tools 
for creating interactive data-driven charts and graphs.  As a part of its 
technology, CORDA has developed PopChart [D], which provides   PopChart [D] 
automatically generates a text description of each chart, which can then be 
read by a screen reader.  CORDA Technologies has IPR claims to the 
technology used to generate text descriptions and to trademarks associated 
with PopChart [D].  CORDA Technologies does not have any IPR claims to 
guidelines for the accessibility of Web content, but it does have IPR 
claims to products which may create content which complies with such 
guidelines.

Note. The <http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Process/#ipr>11 November 1999 
Process Document also asks that any IPR claims known to the future 
participant to be pertinent to the Working Group's work be sent to 
<mailto:patent-issues@w3.org>patent-issues@w3.<mailto:patent-issues@w3.org>o 
rg in addition to the request to join.



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