Done. Thanks for the suggestions...
Lofton Henderson wrote:
Small editorial suggestion...
At 11:42 PM 4/3/2005 -0700, Patrick Curran wrote:
14. Should we implement a branding or certification
While you may not want to define and implement a fully-fledged program
with all of the legal and administrative overhead that this implies, a
simple logo or icon that can be displayed on a web-page ("compatible
with xxx") may be useful. Note that whatever program you implement
should probably involve self certification (you do not want to
in the business of certifying implementations as conformant, since this
is legally risky).
For a discussion of the issues involved in certification programs see
here. See the
XHTML validator program and the
Accessibility Group's logo program for examples of successful logo
A link to the QAH discussion of logos might be useful. If you
agree, replace the word "here" with "this certification
study" (leaving link the same). And append after
". For a discussion of branding and logos, see also The QA
Link "The QA Handbook" to:
(Feel free to play with the exact wording so that the whole paragraph