Re: Draft Reformulation of WCAG 2.0 - published 26 July 2000

I hate to harp on it, but it still bugs me to have to shift terminology in an
arbitrary way. And the checkpoints sound like they will be techniques, not

I am not sure that Xforms makes a lot of difference to the interactivity
section - it presumably provides fgood ways to meet the requirements, but is
not the only possible technology (it is already feasible to build forms using
XML - some SVG and DOM stuff, for example, although that would be a crufde
way of doing it).

I would like to write about device-independent interaction methods - or at
least drag together the stuff I have written in several fora over the last
couple of years.



On Tue, 8 Aug 2000, William Loughborough wrote:

  I love the first three and hope they are discussed at the Bristol
  Workshop on Designing for Device Independence. I think the fourth is too
  vague and the sixth doesn't rise to the level of a "principle". Not sure
  what to say about the fifth one. I feel it's implicit in the others,

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