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RE: Accessibility of Salt Lake Olympic Site

From: Paul Davis <paul@ten-20.com>
Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2001 23:38:00 +0100
To: <mburks952@worldnet.att.net>, "Denise Wood" <Denise.Wood@unisa.edu.au>, <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <001201c15f38$0890d000$0200a8c0@paul2>
RE: Accessibility of Salt Lake Olympic Site"I am a bit concerned with the
WAI lists basically being used to identify
an inaccessible site and then whip up a frenzy of negative feedback on
their accessibility.  I think that the circumstances are different enough
-- e.g., the Australian site received complaints and had the opportunity
to deal with them (even if they ignored them) and to the best of my
knowledge no one has written to the Salt Lake City site yet."


Has anyone else got the feeling of deja vu here, or am I alone. (yawn) May I
suggest someone goes round slaps the designer.......a little bit? everything
else in the past has been tried.......

can I go?

In my experience the voice of reason is usually coming from the little guy
at the back.........at least I think it was him, not sure didn't get a good
look, he was obscured.

time for bed I think.
Paul Davis
http://www.ten-20.com The portal website for disabled people and associated
professionals.
Received on Saturday, 27 October 2001 18:34:26 GMT

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