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Re: [for review] Implementing Web Accessibility

From: Paul Schantz <paul.schantz@csun.edu>
Date: Thu, 4 Sep 2014 22:31:25 -0700
Message-ID: <CAFymhikqCQWUZRG2eNO2S192-P2ZUQEw7u5B1pUmD66RYsTg8w@mail.gmail.com>
To: Shadi Abou-Zahra <shadi@w3.org>
CC: EOWG <w3c-wai-eo@w3.org>

The wiki was doing weird stuff with the text I entered, so I'll add my
comments here:

Seriously great work on massaging this document.  The introduction was
rewritten with exactly the tone I was trying to explain last week.  As for
the rest of the document, I'm surprised at how much easier it is to follow
with expandable key actions.  The text seems more concise and - for lack of
a better description - *thoughtful*.  Overall it strikes the right tone
between conversational and "project spec."  Very easy to follow and
flexible, succinct, and clear.  The changes also make the related resources
more obvious and immediately relevant.

The edits have really transformed this document.  Again, nice work!

Paul Schantz
Director, Web and Technology Services
Division of Student Affairs
California State University, Northridge
phone:  818.677.3839
email:  paul.schantz@csun.edu
twitter: @paulschantz


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On Wed, Sep 3, 2014 at 1:58 PM, Shadi Abou-Zahra <shadi@w3.org> wrote:

> Dear EOWG,
> An updated draft of the document "Implementing Web Accessibility" is ready
> for your review. However, please only focus on these sections:
>  * Introduction
>  * Determine Your Goal and Gather Support
>  * Integrate into Project Life Cycle
>  * Ensure Ongoing Monitoring and Maintenance
> These updated sections can be found here (ignore the other sections):
>  - https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__w3c.
> github.io_wai-2Dplanning-2Dand-2Dimplementation_Overview.html&d=AAICAw&c=
> Oo8bPJf7k7r_cPTz1JF7vEiFxvFRfQtp-j14fFwh71U&r=Xy0eRq0fB8DDnec5KNrUljZOD-
> dTP9BcEAuzhL4lozjnqhMlHZh0hhvrikY7I4qx73JJw&e=
> For this week, please focus on:
>  - How well is accessibility being explained and communicated as an
> on-going effort, rather than a start-to-end process?
>  - How easy is it to follow for people who are new to accessibility, yet
> how flexible is it to address different situations?
>  - How succinct is the information provided, how clear is it, and how well
> does it guide people to taking real actions?
> Please provide your comments in the wiki page ahead of the call:
>  - https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__w3.org_
> brief_Mzgz&d=AAICAw&c=Oo8bPJf7k7r_cPTz1JF7vEiFxvFRfQtp-j14fFwh71U&r=
> Xy0eRq0fB8DDnec5KNrUljZOD-VeOQWrIs-pCvPYJYM&m=bMEDNdvV05_
> bOlBOCxIKoX8kniQWvSAnYIBKELwHlIo&s=zChS6pfHaYLGwRk57BpJKbE0wr3DCo
> 6_iFpw75oLLt8&e=
> Regards,
>   Shadi
> --
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