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Re: SV: SV: in-page text-to-speech

From: Brian Cragun <cragun@us.ibm.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2012 08:16:34 -0500
To: "Morten Tollefsen" <morten@medialt.no>
Cc: "Adam Cooper" <cooperad@bigpond.com>, "Harry Loots" <harry.loots@ieee.org>, "Patrick H. Lauke" <redux@splintered.co.uk>, w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Message-ID: <OF8F173444.D93F11BF-ON86257A5B.0046B32D-86257A5B.0048DFE8@us.ibm.com>
Morton,

Thanks for the links.  With Google Translate, (and some very rusty Danish 
skills) I think I understand most of this.  May I ask some clarifying 
questions?  (To help me understand detail that is not quite coming through 
the translation. )

1)  These are required for "public institutions".  I assume that means 
government, including schools.  Obviously it is not required but 
recommended for business.  Does the requirement extend to any other 
entities? 

2)  I understand these to be requirements.   What happens if the 
requirements are not met.  Are there laws associated with the 
requirements?  Or are these more like guidelines?

3)  Can you help me understand what the difference is between Priority 1 
and Priority 2?  Is Priority 1 mandatory, and Priority 2 optional? 

4)  Further when I look at the requirement for TTS on R11, it uses the 
(translated word) Recommendation for TTS, instead of requirement.  Can you 
help me understand how mandatory the TTS requirement is?

Regards, 

Brian





Brian Cragun
IBM AbilityLab Consultant
IBM Master Inventor
IBM Research 
Tel: 720-663-2801
E-mail: cragun@us.ibm.com 


 



















From:   "Morten Tollefsen" <morten@medialt.no>
To:     Brian Cragun/Rochester/IBM@IBMUS, 
Cc:     "Adam Cooper" <cooperad@bigpond.com>, "Harry Loots" 
<harry.loots@ieee.org>, "Patrick H. Lauke" <redux@splintered.co.uk>, 
<w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Date:   08/15/2012 03:22 AM
Subject:        SV: SV: in-page text-to-speech



Hi, Brian!
 
Of course, here it is:
http://www.webbriktlinjer.se/

As far as I have been able to figure out this is a standard.
 
I’ve commented a little bit, but this is in Norwegian and is therefore 
probably not very interesting/useful:
http://medialt.no/vgledningen-fr-webbutveckling/1175.aspx

 
BR: Morten Tollefsen
www.medialt.no, +47 908 99 305
 
Fra: Brian Cragun [mailto:cragun@us.ibm.com] 
Sendt: 14. august 2012 15:45
Til: Morten Tollefsen
Kopi: Adam Cooper; Harry Loots; Patrick H. Lauke; w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Emne: Re: SV: in-page text-to-speech
 
Morten, 

Can you please provide a reference to the Swedish standard you speak of? 
And, is it just a recommendation or a standard? 
Regards, 

Brian 

 




Brian Cragun
IBM AbilityLab Consultant
IBM Master Inventor
IBM Research 
Tel: 720-663-2801
E-mail: cragun@us.ibm.com 

  




















From:        "Morten Tollefsen" <morten@medialt.no> 
To:        "Harry Loots" <harry.loots@ieee.org>, "Adam Cooper" 
<cooperad@bigpond.com>, 
Cc:        "Patrick H. Lauke" <redux@splintered.co.uk>, 
<w3c-wai-ig@w3.org> 
Date:        08/14/2012 05:19 AM 
Subject:        SV: in-page text-to-speech 




Hi, Harry! 
  
I totally agree. 
  
In some new Swedish guidelines for web developments (only public 
authorities have to follow these) accessibility is one of the categories. 
The first guideline say: follow WCAG 2. The other 43 accessibility 
guidelines cover forms, languages, links and other things. In one of the 
guidelines it is stated that talking websites are required! I was quite 
surprised when I read this! If I counted correctly, 33 of the 44 
guidelines in the accessibility section are also found under usabilityJ! 
  
Morten 




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