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[Bug 7633] The use of @summary should be encouraged when circumstances warrant

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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=7633


John Foliot <john@foliot.ca> changed:

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--- Comment #13 from John Foliot <john@foliot.ca>  2009-09-30 21:25:23 ---
"So I'd like to suggest that we leave this issue at WONTFIX."

I fundamentally disagree with this status, as the problem as described still
exists and needs to be addressed.  The fact that Issue 32 is still open only
serves to re-enforce the fact that this bug issue is unresolved, and leaving it
at WONTFIX is tantamount to saying that Ian's opinion has more weight than
those who disagree.

It is wrong, and an affront to the web accessibility community that existing
accessibility solutions that the current editor disagrees with have the status
of WONTFIX simply because the editor disagrees.  It is a political statement in
what should be a non-partisan issue tracker.

Any bug issue that is promoted to the Issue Tracker should, by default, render
all associated bugs as Status: ASSIGNED (to the Issue # of record) &
Resolution: MOVED which is factual, non-biased, and appropriate.

Anything else is unacceptable.


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