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RE: Possible protocols example?

From: Bruce Bailey <Bailey@Access-Board.gov>
Date: Fri, 6 May 2022 18:09:14 +0000
To: Jennifer Strickland <jstrickland@mitre.org>, "public-wcag3-protocols@w3.org" <public-wcag3-protocols@w3.org>
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Thanks Jennifer for suggesting this possible protocols example.  Today we took a look during the Evaluations Procedure breakout group.  That resource at that URL seems a little too simplest as an evaluation protocol

The only "evaluation procedure" example we have so far is:
This one is great, but also probably too ambitious to be frequently replicated.

My own sense is that we are looking for model evaluation procedures to follow that are larger than a single 2.x SC but not too broad either.  It also may be the case that the group ends up writing a few.

From: Jennifer Strickland <jstrickland@mitre.org>
Sent: Friday, May 6, 2022 10:38 AM
To: public-wcag3-protocols@w3.org
Subject: Possible protocols example?

Hi Protocols folks,

While researching something I thought to look up what California's accessibility standards are since I recall they're more stringent than Section 508. The way the state of California documented their efforts might be a good example of how folks might document their protocols efforts: https://www.ca.gov/accessibility/


Jennifer Strickland (they/them, she/her)
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