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Re: Feedback on "persuasiveness" of arguments

From: Judy Brewer <jbrewer@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 02 Nov 2001 08:27:59 -0500
Message-Id: <5.1.0.14.2.20011102082245.020dabc0@localhost>
To: Kynn Bartlett <kynn@idyllmtn.com>
Cc: w3c-wai-eo@w3.org, Lisa Seeman <seeman@netvision.net.il>
Kynn,

Given that the EOWG hasn't yet heard the feedback (we will be discussing it 
shortly), and may choose to do a pass through the document on its own 
first, it may be better to do the kind of exercise you suggest after the 
EOWG has had a chance to respond to the comments.

Could be an interesting excercise for later though. Let's see what the 
group wants to do.

- Judy

At 03:18 PM 11/1/01 -0800, Kynn Bartlett wrote:
>While discussing the Business Benefits of Accessible Web Design draft,
>Lisa Seeman made some good points, which basically boiled down to
>whether or not she felt the arguments in the draft document were
>persuasive and effective.
>
>This got me thinking -- and that's always dangerous -- and I whipped
>up a quick test form as a proof of concept, to propose this idea to
>the E&O list -- take a survey via the web, and see if we can figure
>out which of the arguments presented are particularly persuasive,
>and which ones aren't.
>
>Naturally, this is not "scientific" and will simply be a straw poll,
>but even straw polls are effective if their status is kept in mind
>when weighting the results.
>
>Here's the URL -- would something like this be useful to your group?
>
>       http://kynn.com/access/businesscase/
>
>(Replies are currently sent to me, and I will keep the results on
>file if you like!  Or it's an easy change to forward them to a list
>member, the list itself, etc.)
>
>--Kynn
>
>--
>Kynn Bartlett  <kynn@idyllmtn.com>                http://kynn.com/
>Chief Technologist, Idyll Mountain Internet   http://idyllmtn.com/
>Online Instructor, Accessible Web Design     http://kynn.com/+d201

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Director, Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI), World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
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