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RE: How to Complain to a Webmaster

From: Hewitt, Denise <Denise.Hewitt@idea.com>
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2001 13:11:13 -0600
Message-ID: <9CAB32B1B967BA49B0B7675A02EBB9308B94B6@TX047MX2KPROD01.idea.com>
To: "'Jim Ley'" <jim@jibbering.com>, Kynn Bartlett <kynn-edapta@idyllmtn.com>
Cc: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Guys...

Can't we all play nice? You both have really good points - and that's the
problem.

IMHO, The WAI has to stay neutral, or its going to end up looking like a
political organization with an agenda, and then we all loose.

Does there need to be a discussion of high profile sites that are not
accessible? Yes, there does. Is this the best place for it - see above. We
face the danger of sounding political, and that's scary.

I know the WAI has an education arm - is there an outreach part of that
where they actively contact webmasters whose sites have problems? Are there
targetted materials we can make that would help these people out?

Is there someone with the capability of hosting a discussiong list for
discussing potential problem sites? And as a bonus, perhaps people could
submit THEIR sites for opinion / review? Do you see where I am heading?  

Just two cents from the peanut gallery... 

Best wishes,

Denise Hewitt

(ps: feel free to critique my company's site -- www.idea.com )
Received on Wednesday, 31 October 2001 14:11:54 GMT

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