Re: Step 6 of Dutch translation of WCAG2.1

Dear Eric,

Congratulations on the new version of CAT. Many thanks for obtaining 
confirmation from the original stakeholders, as well as 3 additional 

I see that out of the initial 20 stakeholders 
11 confirmed the translation on the review list, and the following 9 

* Oogvereniging (umbrella organisation for the blind)
* VodafoneZiggo,
* Logius,
* Capgemini,
* Anysurfer Belgium,
* Hogeschool Arnhem Nijmegen,
* Deque systems,
* ING bank,
* Forum Standaardisatie,

Any chance that you can have them review/approve the translation? If 
not, could you specify the reason of those review/approval are missing? 
Please also indicate if any objections (from those who didn't respond) 
to this translation.

On top of the review results in 
could you also summarize the discussion in English, and link the 
comments on the CAT to the translated document, under "Samenvatting van 
publieke commentaren op de kandidaat geautoriseerde vertaling"?

Please feel free to reach out for any questions or more information.

Warm Regards,

On 4/6/20 4:08 PM, Eric Velleman wrote:
> Dear W3C,
> We would like to move to step 6 of the Policy for Authorized W3C 
> Translations. The CAT is available at:
> Step 5.4
> A majority of the Stakeholders has confirmed that they have in fact 
> reviewed the document, and that they consider it to be an accurate 
> translation:
> Step 5.5
> Together with the stakeholders, we (LTO) hope that W3C will accept 
> this CAT as authorized translation of WCAG2.1 into the Dutch language.
> Kindest regards,
> Eric Velleman

Received on Wednesday, 8 April 2020 14:20:48 UTC