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Re: XML Accessibility Guidelines

From: Robin Berjon <robin@knowscape.com>
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2001 15:31:13 +0200
To: wai-tech-comments@w3.org
Message-Id: <0108301531130M.23654@morgaine.knowscape.org>
> Depending on the feedback received, this document may become a W3C
> Note, be integrated in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines suite
> (e.g as a technique for XML) or enter its own Recommendation track.
>
> Please send comments about the content of this document and how you
> would like to see it evolving to the publicly archived mailing list:
>    wai-tech-comments@w3.org.

This is one of the best documents I've seen come out of the W3C in a while. 
It is clear, concise, and makes a lot of sense. I'd been looking for an XML 
vocabulary design document that went beyond "should I use an attribute or an 
element here" or "should I append a version number to my namespace" for a 
long time and this is the first one I find that is really worth reading.

I personally think that it should enter its own Rec track if only so that it 
can gain better visibility. Other W3C specs that deal with XML vocabularies 
should reference it directly, specifying how and when they followed its 
techniques.

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