Re: Draft talk Maps for the Web Workshop

Hi Nicoló,

On 11/08/2020 09:05, Nicolò Carpignoli wrote:
> I will try to answer best as I can.
> My idea was to highlight requirements for an accessible Web Map HTML native element, using current semantics and available “tools” (e.g. ARIA).
> As one of the aims of the workshop is to define a Web Map HTML native element, I think that can be interesting to start with “how can we make it accessible with the tools we already have?” and possibly, from that, discuss and try to understand if they are enough. Talking more practically, a ‘user needs and requirements’ list like the one used on the XAUR, for example  <>

Sounds great!

> I was not thinking to give a Demo, as we do not have the map HTML element. I think that at this stage it can be interesting to “just” highlight user needs and requirements without going to implement some non-standard solution.

I think that is a good approach - at this point a clear discussion on 
user needs is, well what's needed :-)

> The idea to integrate other APA specs is great, but I will need a bit of help with it. Maybe the integration will be easier to spot with the complete proposal? Then we can show needs and requirements to other APA members that knows all possible integrations better than me.

I think that is reasonable and if others on this list have some ideas 
here to integrate with other work being done, then please do.

Thanks Nicoló and I look forward to seeing what you come up with, if you 
would like help reviewing your draft, or need a second opinion please 
feel free to forward drafts.

Great stuff, thanks.


Emerging Web Technology Specialist/Accessibility (WAI/W3C)

Received on Tuesday, 11 August 2020 10:42:34 UTC