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Re: Important for EOWG: Prep for 26 November teleconference - last chance for comment!

From: Liam McGee <liam.mcgee@communis.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 25 Nov 2010 14:12:53 +0000
Message-ID: <4CEE6EE5.1040706@communis.co.uk>
To: eowg <w3c-wai-eo@w3.org>
Looking very good.

Suggested revision: Policy Resources to be promoted to top level

Rationale: Although legislators and organisational policymakers are a 
small group, they are a disporoportionately important one because of the 
knock-on effects of their actions. A policymaker needs to feel that the 
WAI site is for people like them, and we should not assume that they 
will expect to find policy resources if they look hard enough. I do not 
believe that there is a strong enough 'scent of information' at the top 
level of nav to make a policy-maker expect to find policy resources 
within the site nav.

Importance: medium - until either the 'Developing Organizational 
Policies on Web Accessibility' page is updated to provide references to 
live examples of organisation policies, or the 'national policies 
relating to web accessibility' pages are updated to reflect new 
legislation and/or court judgements, at which point high.

Pretty sure I flagged something like this before, but just wanted to 
make sure it got logged.

Regards to you all


On 24/11/2010 19:46, Shawn Henry wrote:
> Active EOWG folks,
> Please note that we hope this Friday is the last time for EOWG to 
> discuss two things, and therefore it is especially important that you 
> read through them ahead of time!
> 1. WAI site navigation interim update: 
> http://www.w3.org/WAI/redesign/2011/sitemap2010.html
> See the agenda for the subpages that are drafted.  Note that these 
> were all done by hand just for discussion so there may be some little 
> errors.
> 2. Web Accessibility and Usability Working Together: will be updated 
> on Thursday to take into account the comments that we have received so 
> far. Please review those comments in the survey and the 
> eo-editors-e-mail, which are all linked in the agenda. (The 
> eo-editors' e-mails are linked with initials.)
> As always, please refresh in case we make tweaks since the last time 
> you had it in your browser.
> Scribes Needed:
> Doyle will not be participating in the next few teleconferences. We 
> need volunteers to take minutes during the call. Please let me know if 
> you have any questions.
> See http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/2003/template.html for instructions such as:
> - At the start of a new topic:
>     Topic: What the new topic is
> - To record what someone says, put their name or initials and a colon:
>     Jane: strongly support the revised heading
> - You don't need to record everything that it said, just the "jist" of 
> the relevant comments
> - Make sure to record final decisions carefully
> - Feel free to ask for clarifications of who is speaking, for 
> important things to be repeated, for someone to scribe their own 
> thoughts (if they are in IRC), or for the meeting to pause momentarily 
> so you can catch up with scribing
> Talk to you Friday!
> ~Shawn & Shadi

Liam McGee
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