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Re: XML Accessibility Guidelines

From: Daniel Dardailler <daniel.dardailler@sophia.inria.fr>
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2001 15:38:36 +0200
Message-Id: <200108301338.f7UDcaA28307@zidane.inria.fr>
To: robin@knowscape.com
cc: wai-tech-comments@w3.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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