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Re: Comments on "Comparative requirements analysis for older Web users"

From: Sylvie duchateau <sylvie.duchateau@snv.jussieu.fr>
Date: Fri, 05 Sep 2008 14:33:38 +0200
Message-ID: <48C12722.6070602@snv.jussieu.fr>
To: achuter@technosite.es
Cc: EOWG <w3c-wai-eo@w3.org>

Hello all,
Here are some comments from relating to understanding the document :
1. Link text :
the link text at the end of each table bringing you back to the list of 
tables should be clearer. "list of tables" could be : "back to content 
list" or anything else.
2. In the table, for each cell where no corresponding issue has been 
determined, there should be a dash like - or text like "no correspondance".

3. I have difficulties understand the part "miscellanious". but I had no 
time to read it carefully.

Alan Chuter a écrit :
> Here are some comments on my reading this [1] for the first time 
> (apologies).
> I thought it needed an introductory sentence at the start something like 
> "WCAG is intended to address the requirements of all users with special 
> needs but older users have different ones. These tables provide..."
> "WAI has carried out a the review of literature to determine what needs 
> have been identified. The tables only present requirements..."
> "scientific study or an observation of users." Observation is an 
> integral part of scientific study. Perhaps what is meant is anecdotal 
> observation.
> Under "Recommendations", for those who are curious (probably few) it 
> would be useful to have links to a separate linking-bridging document to 
> link to the individual references in the literature review References 
> section.
> The term "gap analysis" came to mind when reading the document. It 
> identifies possible gaps in WAI guidelines. To say "differences" is 
> dodging the issue I think.
> Acronyms: Perhaps expand ATAG, WCAG, UAAG.
> Ambiguous link text "A more detailed version... WCAG 2.0 sufficient and 
> advisory techniques" (it doesn't link to WCAG).
> I don't understand what the coloured cell background means. don't relay 
> on colour alone? Use CSS for the colour, not @bgcolor.
> Typos:
> "identified in the literature reviewed" (review)
> "made be required" (may be)
> best regards,
> Alan
> [1] http://www.w3.org/WAI/WAI-AGE/comparative.html
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