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RE: Process "101"/Basic/"For Dummies" and general background [was SV: EOWG: Reading and Agenda for 11 August 2006 Teleconference]

From: Mark D. Urban <docurban@nc.rr.com>
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 2006 08:40:50 -0400
To: "'Wayne Dick'" <wed@csulb.edu>, "'EOWG'" <w3c-wai-eo@w3.org>
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Concur with Wayne and Helle.  Maybe a "how WCAG was developed" section to
briefly explain the process and discuss where people can go to find out
about becoming part of any revisions.

Regards,
-Mark D. Urban 
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Chair, North Carolina Governor's Advocacy Council for Persons with
Disabilities

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Of Wayne Dick
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Subject: Re: Process "101"/Basic/"For Dummies" and general background [was
SV: EOWG: Reading and Agenda for 11 August 2006 Teleconference]


I agree with Helle's comments about 
the last section.  Working directly 
with working groups etc. is not the 
point of this draft. Cutting this 
"getting involved" section could leave 
room to be precise about when and who 
can and cannot participate at various 
stages.
Wayne
  
Wayne Dick PhD
Chair Computer Engineering and 
Computer Science, CSU, Long Beach
Coordinator of Academic Technology 
Accessibility, CSU System
Received on Friday, 11 August 2006 12:41:10 UTC

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