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Re: [w3c/aria] Consider adding a new "AccRole" doc to link all the different resources that can affect the computed role (#1295)

From: John Foliot <john.foliot@deque.com>
Date: Mon, 6 Jul 2020 18:40:42 -0700
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> ARIA role modules like DPUB and SVG.

And SSML?
(cc: Pronunciation TF)

JF

(Sent from my mobile, apologies for any spelling mistakes)

On Mon, Jul 6, 2020, 6:15 PM James Craig <notifications@github.com> wrote:

> Consider adding a new "AccRole" doc (not particular to the name
> suggestion) to link all the different resources that can affect the
> computed role. Doc would be similar to AccName in some ways...
>
> In an AOM incubator discussion, @alice <https://github.com/alice> or
> @meredithlame <https://github.com/meredithlame> mentioned it'd be nice to
> have a single document outline (by way of links, not duplication) all the
> ways a role could be determined.
>
> For example:
>
>    1. Role attribute as defined by the role attribute spec.
>    2. Core roles as defined by ARIA.
>    3. ARIA role modules like DPUB and SVG.
>    4. Related host language docs like HTML-AAM or SVG-AAM.
>    5. Any other context that might be relevant to include, such as the
>    way hidden ancestors or other contextual changes can affect the final role
>    of element descendants.
>    6. etc?
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