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Re: Planning for web accessibility document.

From: Helle BjarnÝ <jor@socialstyrelsen.dk>
Date: Fri, 8 Aug 2014 09:57:04 +0000
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I've looked at the document and think it is very promising, but I have a problem with the use of "Discussion" as an expand heading. As far as I can see it is both a H2 and a H3 and think it is confusing and don't understand the meaning in all cases, maybe we need another word as heading. I think it makes the structure difficult for me to understand.

A minor point: is "By-In" a good word for translations?


Helle BjarnÝ, M.L.I.Sc.
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Fra: Shawn Henry [mailto:shawn@w3.org] 
Sendt: 7. august 2014 18:28
Til: EOWG (E-mail)
Emne: EOWG agenda updated & more info for Friday 8 Aug

Hi folks,

The agenda is updated at

On the Planning for Web Accessibility doc, here is some additional info from Kevin.
These sections are drafted:
* Introduction
*Establish Roles and Responsibilities
*Develop and Implement Organizational Policy (updated this week)
* Review Available Tools and Resources (new this week)
* Assess Skills and Training (new this week)

Additional changes since last week:
* Modified the discussion content for many sections to include some headings. The aim is to try to break up the content a bit and to try to give people the opportunity to skip to what is of interest to them.
* Changed the example a little bit to take away some of the visual dominance that it had.

Questions for review & discussion:
* Are all the points (concepts, thoughts, considerations, etc.) in the document?
* What thoughts do you have to reduce the text or otherwise make it more skimmable, readable, understandable, digestible, enjoyable?
Note: It's *not* yet ready for word-smithing, though comments on the content and editorial tone of these sections is welcome.

Talk to you soon!

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