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Re: Accessible Captcha

From: Gijs Veyfeyken <gijs@anysurfer.be>
Date: Thu, 4 Nov 2010 17:22:19 +0100
Cc: Maggie Thomson <Maggie@bunnyfoot.com>, "w3c-wai-ig@w3.org Group list" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>, Matthias Vandermaesen <matthias.Vandermaesen@krimson.be>
Message-Id: <BB065368-7BA6-4B56-981A-7D7352EAB52B@anysurfer.be>
To: kmancuso@gmail.com
This is an example of an audiocaptcha from ReCaptcha I recorded from the site TrueTwit yesterday:

http://audio.anysurfer.be/audiocaptcha_reCaptcha_truetwit.mp3

Can you understand it? 

The reason I mentioned Mollom is because they use the phonetic alphabet (Alpha, Beta, Charlie, Victor, ...), which is cristal clear, and don't add background noise.

Kind regards,

Gijs 

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Gijs Veyfeyken
AnySurfer - Belgian quality label for accessible websites
A project of Blindenzorg Licht en Liefde vzw
Kunstlaan 24 box 21
1000 Brussels
phone 0032 (0)2 21 06 149
mobile  0032 (0)471 98 05 71 

Op 4-nov-2010, om 16:54 heeft Katherine Mancuso het volgende geschreven:

> I've heard good things about the accessibility of ReCaptcha: can anyone comment on whether this is true?
> 
> Katherine
> 
> On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 5:32 AM, Gijs Veyfeyken <gijs@anysurfer.be> wrote:
> Dear Maggie,
> 
> Mollom (http://www.mollom.com) is the most accessible audiocaptcha I know of. 
> I recently put up a WordPress blog with the Mollom captcha for test purposes:
> 
> http://gijs.anysurfer.be/wordpress/
> 
> Put the word "SPAM" in the commentfield and submit the comment to trigger the captcha. 
> 
> Kind regards,
> 
> Gijs
> 
> ---
> Gijs Veyfeyken
> AnySurfer - Belgian quality label for accessible websites
> A project of Blindenzorg Licht en Liefde vzw
> Kunstlaan 24 box 21
> 1000 Brussels Belgium
> phone 0032 (0)2 21 06 149
> mobile  0032 (0)471 98 05 71
> 
> 
> 
> Op 4-nov-2010, om 12:48 heeft Maggie Thomson het volgende geschreven:
> 
>>  
>> Hi all
>>  
>> Does anyone have an example of a website where a  Captcha implementation  is done well, in terms of accessibility.
>>  
>> Much appreciated
>>  
>> Maggie
>> 
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