[A11ybok] Resources -- either models or possible data for inclusion
olv.nourry at gmail.com
Tue Mar 20 05:47:25 EDT 2012
I added these new suggestions to the a11ybok Quora board<http://j.mp/GBI3P2>.
Feel free to comment and add your own (I think it requires my validation,
but I'm happy to share admin and authoring rights to anyone who wants them,
just fire me an e-mail or a tweet).
@Ryan -- I didn't mention your comment on Section 508, as it's a personal
view, maybe controversial (can't tell, I don't know the US context well
enough); so I'll leave it to you to make it public or not.
@all -- Indeed, I have pasted one of Bill's previous contribution, because
I felt it was rather neutral. But I can change that. Let me know if you
have any opinion or advice on this.
Twitter: @OlivierNourry <http://twitter.com/#!/OlivierNourry>
Le 20 mars 2012 02:32, Ryan E. Benson <ryan.benson at gmail.com> a écrit :
> The Section 508 site is highly political, policy oriented. The "508
> Universe Training" is decent for Section 508 100/101 level.
> > it's more focused on gov accessible procurement, a substantial part
> deals with web accessibility
> That is because Section 508 is primarily a procurement law...
> Ryan E. Benson
> On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 11:52 AM, bill <bill at disability.org> wrote:
> > An authoritative and extensive resource for addition is the US
> government's http://section508.gov/ website. Although it's more focused
> on gov accessible procurement, a substantial part deals with web
> > www.twitter.com/CRPDisabilities
> > ==================================
> > "We are called to be architects of the future..
> > Not its victims" R. Buckminster Fuller
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