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RE: baseline_overview_draft.htm

From: Gregg Vanderheiden <gv@trace.wisc.edu>
Date: Thu, 17 Nov 2005 11:25:22 -0600
To: <w3c-wai-gl@w3.org>
Message-ID: <004001c5eb9b$e4485110$ee8cfea9@NC6000BAK>

Very good Christophe 

We will use your as the new master and add Gez's comment / correction as

Also dropping the parenthetical "(if one exists)" completely.

Thanks for this cleanup -- both of you. 


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Gregg C Vanderheiden Ph.D. 
Professor - Ind. Engr. & BioMed Engr.
Director - Trace R & D Center 
University of Wisconsin-Madison 

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Subject: Re: baseline_overview_draft.htm

At 02:53 17/11/2005, Gregg Vanderheiden wrote:
We have been working on a description of the baseline concept.

Attached is what the editors have been able to develop on this.

We can review it tomorrow. It would be good to release it with the next

I made a few editorial changes (see attachment: 
Below is the list of changes:

WCAG 2.0 working group -> WCAG working group the 2.0 guidelines -> the WCAG
2.0 guidelines / version 2.0 of the guidelines todays -> today's non W3C
technologies -> non-W3C technologies to create an accessible Web content yet
-> to create accessible Web content, yet [delete 'an'; add comma before
'yet'] without introducing incompatible guidelines between countries ->
without introducing guidelines that are incompatible between countries By
using this two layered approach, it is possible -> This two-layered approach
makes it possible The group however found  -> The group, however, found set
of technologies  see below) ->  set of technologies, see below), introduce a
new concept "baseline".-> introduce a new concept: "baseline".
[deleted colons at end of hx elements]
and other a few other commonly supported technologies -> and a few other
commonly supported technologies the users agent -> the user agent [several
instances] If the users user agent -> If the user agent for each success
criteria -> for each success criterion Within some of these docs ->Within
some of these documents each success criteria of the guidelines -> each
success criterion of the guidelines technique docs - >  technique documents

In fact the working group -> In fact, the working group

In the section "Additional Information Related Baseline and Conformance":
Required components ...
[added full stop at the end of each item] Additional Information Related
Baseline and Conformance -> Additional Information Related to Baseline and
Conformance Optional components of a conformance claim:
technologies 'relied upon" -> technologies "relied upon"
[code for nested lists was messed up]
- (This includes markup languages, style sheet languages,
scripting/programming languages, image formats, and multimedia formats.) ->
[remove the parentheses?]
-  relied upon means that the content would not meet WCAG 2.0 at the claimed
level if that technology is turned off or not supported) -> Relied ...
[capitalise first letter of the sentence; replace closing parenthesis with
full stop]
- the set of -> The set of
A list of the specific technologies that are "used" but not "relied upon" 
-> [add full stop]

[In "Examples of conformance claims", asterisks were replaced with <em> +
styling to display as bold instead of italic.]

Note that in example 4 the author is ...; the company -> Note that in
example 4, the author is ...: the company cross disability accessible ->
cross-disability accessible e.g. what version of HTML? of XHTML? of CSS? of
PDF? of Flash? etc -> For example, what version of HTML, XHTML, CSS, PDF,
Win98, Win 95 -> Windows 98, Windows 95
When dealing with the Internet therefore it is important -> When dealing
with the Internet, it is therefore important Some question to consider ->
Below are some question to consider.
user agent (does one exist) -> user agent (if one exists) supported by only
by user agents ->  supported only by user agents Is the accessible version
of the plug-in not the one that usually is downloaded or pointed to? -> Is
the accessible version of the plug-in different from the one that is usually
downloaded or pointed to?

Removed unused CSS styles.
Changed character encoding from cp-1252 to UTF-8 and cleaned up unrecognized
character entities.
Changed DOCTYPE to XHTML 1.0 Transitional.



Christophe Strobbe
K.U.Leuven - Departement of Electrical Engineering - Research Group on 
Document Architectures
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