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Preparation for CSUN - Please read and act.

From: Gregg Vanderheiden <gv@trace.wisc.edu>
Date: Fri, 11 Mar 2005 13:56:33 -0600
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We will be meeting next week at CSUN and as can be seen from the agenda, one
of the two major foci will be on the baseline.  We will not be able to make
progress on this if we do not have good data going into the meeting.  I am
therefore asking everyone to please take some time out during the next week
to provide information to the list on the following two areas.

Any comments, issues and concerns that you have on the topic of baseline.
That is about any assumptions about what the users have available in the
form of user agents.  There are two aspects to the baseline, both
assumptions that we make about what users have when we develop the
guidelines and secondly, any assumptions that we say authors can reasonably
make when evaluating weather or not their content conforms to the
guidelines.  

Some items that identified that will be necessarily needed are listed below.


If you have any additional information that should be secured please let us
know. 
                       
If you have any information at all to contribute to one of these (or your
new) topics, please take the time this week and send it to the list.

I want to thank in advance Ben, Becky, Andi, David and Kerstin for already
volunteering to contribute information toward items  1, 5, 7

Data needed for baseline:

1.) What can authors assume about all user agents accessing their content if
user agents were UAAG 1.0 conformant?

2.) What is impact on WCAG 2.0 Guidelines and SC?

3.) What user agents today meet which provisions of UAAG 1.0?

4.) Which meet all?

5.) How does HPR 3.04 meet UAAG 1.0?

6.) Sort SC and/or techniques into UAAG 1.0 Baseline and bridge/repair
categories.

7.) SC to techniques mapping cleanup
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