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Re: What shall we do about evaluation tools

From: Daniel Dardailler <danield@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 1998 14:45:14 +0100
Message-Id: <199803171345.OAA10969@www47.inria.fr>
To: "Kasday, Leonard R (Len), ALTEC" <kasday@att.com>
cc: "'wai rc group post'" <w3c-wai-rc@w3.org>

> Which if any of the following shall we deal with?
> 
>  1. accessibility tests that can be done in a purely automatic manner
>  2. tests that require human judgment
>  3. tools to help the humans do those judgments

I think 3 naturally comes with 2.

>  4. an algorithm for an overall score

1 to 4 are in the bag I would call evaluation/rating services.
(Bobby, weblint, robot, etc)

>  5. automated repair of access problems
>  6. semi-automated repair of access problems

These are in the "improving" bag.

I think 6 is more in the realm of the AU group.

> a. write a specification

We need to start with that and see what exists that fit this spec and
what should be done.
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