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RE: How to Complain to a Webmaster

From: Kynn Bartlett <kynn-edapta@idyllmtn.com>
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2001 10:47:19 -0800
Message-Id: <4.2.0.58.20011031104443.00d3f980@garth.idyllmtn.com>
To: "Ben Canning" <bencan@microsoft.com>
Cc: "Jim Ley" <jim@jibbering.com>, <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
At 10:33 AM 10/31/2001 , Ben Canning wrote:
>I'm not sure if you're arguing against my position or for it. To be
>clear, I'm not arguing for trying to educate individual designers. We
>need to target both the design community and the people who are paying
>for the sites, and I think a good way to do that is by discussing
>publicly (e.g. in the press) sites that don't meet the bar. I agree with
>Kynn that we need to do this in a helpful and constructive way, but we
>need to do it.

Can you provide an example of this, please?  I've provided my own
example of how I believe we should approach this problem -- respectful
dialogue with web developers.

Can you provide an example of the type of message you would write --
say, a press release (given your "e.g. in the press" comment) -- that
is helpful and constructive in discussing an inaccessible web site?
Feel free to use a hypothetical "example.com" web site if you can't
find any other examples handy.

Thanks, I look forward to it.

--Kynn

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Kynn Bartlett <kynn@reef.com>
Technical Developer Liaison
Reef North America
Accessibility - W3C - Integrator Network
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