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Subject: Re: [oiic-formation-discuss] (1)(d) A list of deliverables, with projected completion dates.
2008/6/12 Norbert Bollow <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > email@example.com wrote: > >> But we probably would not want to create a test suite based on the >> recommendations of the ODF Accessibility Guidelines document unless we >> first negotiated that with the members of the Accessibility Subcommittee. > > Sounds reasonable to me. Therefore, I's like to hereby propose to put > "Depending on the conclusions that will be reached in discussions with > the Accessibility Subcommittee, either (a) a test suite based on the > recommendations of the ODF Accessibility Guidelines document, or > (b) an explanation why no such test suite is needed" on the list of > deliverables. Heads up. Strictly speaking the accessibility guidelines are advisory except where modifications to the standard have taken place on their advice. Therefore in any test suite there is no requirement to test for any accessibility features in an application conformance test suite. Nor is there any need (since it is not a requirement) to test for appropriate content in a test document for document compliance. I would appreciate a steer from the a11y subcommittee as to how this might be addressed. A simple solution would be that the output of this group require applications compliance and document compliance to test for all the a11y subcommittee recommendations. regards -- Dave Pawson XSLT XSL-FO FAQ. http://www.dpawson.co.uk