Can we have a straw poll - are we in the right direction - was RE: Moving personlization forward - wording suggestion

HiWith the current wording, we are asking for  well-scoped semantics OR symbols in the main version or personalized version

I am struggling to understand why have an OR option does not solve the issues. I think it addresses the concerns of  out of scope cases and drawbacks for either cases 

 I would really like a poll on whether we are in the right direction now. If not we should make a stronger case for personalization but at AAA

quick reminder:
the current wording on the list is
For pages that contains interactive controls or with more then one regions, one of the following is true:
 -a mechanism is available for personalization of content that enables the user to add symbols to interactive controls OR
-contextual information is available for regions, common form elements, common navigation elements and common interactive controls is programmatically determined.
 We would then specify and scope  in the definitions exactly what is included in common form elements, common navigation elements, and common interactive controls  and make sure we have good supporting techniques for each one. I see the definition of common elements listing some of the values of coga-action, coga-field and coga-destination, so it should be very well defined what you need to include.

All the best

Lisa Seeman

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     From: Alastair Campbell [] 
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  I think you will get more push-back from requiring an on-page solution, and in comparison pushing for a *well scoped* set of semantics would be easier and better.
 [Jason] I agree, with the emphasis decidedly on “well scoped”, “precisely defined”, “broadly applicable across the Web” and “efficacious when supported by assistive technology”. If such a solution were in place (and I would argue it isn’t yet), it would be much easier to argue for an extension of the markup and metadata requirements of WCAG.
 As I’ve argued earlier in this discussion, I think the technology, the implementation, and the evidence of efficacy need to precede the WCAG integration.
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