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Fwd: Re: Asking organizations to review WCAG 2.1

From: lisa.seeman <lisa.seeman@zoho.com>
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2017 17:07:27 +0300
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Lisa Seeman

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>From : Pietro&lt;pietro@lem.coop&gt;
To : "public-cognitive-a11y-tf"&lt;public-cognitive-a11y-tf@w3.org&gt;
Date : Fri, 31 Mar 2017 14:23:25 +0300
Subject : Fwd: Re: Asking organizations to review WCAG 2.1
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 I forward review by Inclusion Europe. 
 Best regards 
 Pietro Cirrincione 
 Sent by K-9 Mail &amp; Meizu on FlymeOS

  Da: Geert Freyhoff &lt;geert@oneworld.expert&gt;
 Inviato il: 31 marzo 2017 12:41:28 CEST
 A: pietro@lem.coop, secretariat@autismeurope.org, alejandro.moledo@edf-feph.org
 Oggetto: Re: Asking organizations to review WCAG 2.1
 Dear all,

Please find attached the submissions of Inclusion Europe to the WCAG revision. It would be great if you could support especially our proposals for the ISO3166 Maintenance Agency.

Best wishes,

Geert Freyhoff


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From: Pietro &lt;pietro@lem.coop&gt;
Date: 21 March 2017 at 13:08
Subject: Re: Asking organizations to review WCAG 2.1
To: Pietro &lt;pietro@lem.coop&gt;, Secretariat &lt;secretariat@autismeurope.org&gt;, Alejandro Moledo &lt;alejandro.moledo@edf-feph.org&gt;, secretariat@inclusion-europe.org

  Dear all,
 I attach a document explaining in plain English what I sent a week ago, so that it should be more understandable.
 WCAG 2.1 is an improvement of previous version for accessibility of web by all types of disabilities, particularly for cognitive and learning disabilities, for which this document and message is prepared, so I ask you again to spread this draft of WCAG 2.1 in order to receive feedback that could make its suggestions approved.
 Best regards
 Pietro Cirrincione
 Autism-Europe vice-president
 W3C invited expert
 Il 13/03/2017 19:11, Pietro ha scritto:
 I forward the request of Cognitive and Learning Disabilities Accessibility Task Force of W3C in which I'm participating to ask organizations of people with disabilities (particularly intellectual and learning disabilities) to review the draft of  Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 before 31 March 2017.
 Best regards
 The new draft of WCAG - WCAG 2.1 has been published. We have all worked really hard to get some accommodation for people living with learning and  cognitive disabilities. 
 The Accessibility Guidelines Working Group and the task force for learning and cognitive disabilities particularly seeks feedback. The task force would specifically like feedback on the following: 
   How important are the proposed Success Criteria for users? Note that many of our success criteria are likely to get removed in the next version. (You might notice red boxes next to them reading). So feedback that they are useful and shy, is as important as any other feedback. 
  Do they fully address current user needs for web content accessibility?
  What do you think needs to be changed to added to include more people? How completely does the set of new and proposed Success Criteria address current user needs. 
  Do you know of methods that help to achieve these success criteria? For the criteria to apply to all website, the solutions need to be reasonable to apply to all websites.
  Some of our recommendations are not in the new draft. Which ones do you think are most important to put in the next draft?  
 The new success criteria proposed by the task force for cognitive and learning disabilities are:
   Support Personalization (minimum)
  Plain Language (Minimum)
  Manageable Blocks
  Extra Symbols
  Familiar Design (Minimum)
  Change of Content
  Minimize user errors
  Provide Support
  Interruptions (minimum)
 To comment on each one you can, file an issue in the W3C WCAG 2.1 GitHub repository or you can send email to public-agwg-comments@w3.org (comment archive). Comments are requested by 31 March 2017. In-progress updates to the document may be viewed in the publicly visible editors' draft.
 Feel free to look at our COGA-FAQ or  Wiki or email our facilitator with any questions.
 Thanks so much for all your help
 Cognitive and Learning Disabilities Accessibility Task Force (COGA)  

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