Re: [SAUR] Synchronization Accessibility User requirements - publication process

While not yet logged via github, SAUR did come up during APA
Coordination today. Particularly, Michael has been giving SAUR as close
read and has several editorial suggestions. These would relate to
possible additional headings and such. In other words, trying to make
the document more comprehendable to someone reading it for the first

Since we are considering nominating the published Note for W3C Statement
status, the APA Chairs and Staff Contacts felt it would behoove us to
make SAUR the best document we can, including any remaining editorial

All this by way of an up to the minute update, and also the observation
that there's still time for a Summary section, should RQTF wish.



White, Jason J writes:
> Dear colleagues,
> There was one remaining Editor’s Note in the SAUR draft that we had left in place for the public review period, seeking comments on whether we should add a summary and conclusions section to the document.
> There have been no calls to add such a section, and, indeed, no public comments whatsoever on the latest draft. Furthermore, the Task Force resolved last week to request a transition to W3C Working Group Note status.
> Therefore, I have removed the editor’s note from the document.
> If you would have preferred an alternative course of action, there is still time to express your opinion on the mailing list or at the Task Force meeting tomorrow.
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Janina Sajka (she/her/hers)

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
Co-Chair, Accessible Platform Architectures

Received on Tuesday, 17 May 2022 13:33:13 UTC