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Re: Web Accessibility Validation and Repair: Which Tools and Why?

From: Sailesh Panchang <sailesh.panchang@deque.com>
Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2004 12:00:42 -0500
Message-ID: <011701c3ecd2$c1851ec0$a201a8c0@deque.local>
To: "EOWG" <w3c-wai-eo@w3.org>
  It would have been really useful if it had done what its name suggests. But it has not really looked at  the  tools' ability / accuracy  in detecting/ correcting violations. That I believe is the essence of  such a study. User interface,reporting capabilities and platforms support are addressed  by the study and are useful factors for comparison when  the tools being compared  have  similar abilities and accuracy in detecting / correcting violations.
  I wonder  if WAI-E&R should  do such a study and  list strengths and weaknesses of desktop  / server versions of available   Web accessibility E&R tools. That will really benefit the community of accessibility developers / auditors.
  Sailesh Panchang
  Senior Accessibility Engineer 
  Deque Systems,11180  Sunrise Valley Drive, 
  4th Floor, Reston VA 20191
  Tel: 703-225-0380 Extension 105 
  E-mail: sailesh.panchang@deque.com
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  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Harvey Bingham 
  To: EOWG 
  Sent: Friday, February 06, 2004 9:59 AM
  Subject: Web Accessibility Validation and Repair: Which Tools and Why?

  Nice paper from Laurie Harrison and Laura O'Grady,
  Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto


  Deals with users using non-standard devices or software to surf the web.

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