[wp-accessibility] status of efforts to improve WordPress Accessibility
jess at funroe.net
Fri Jun 17 00:37:16 UTC 2011
Completely forgot to check the To: field, so I'm sending this again. :(
I know this is probably not the proper place, but it would be easier to track this stuff web-wise if make.wordpress.org gets some better organization, visibility, etc. It would help if front of make.wordpress.org had links to those discussion oriented sub-sites.
Even better if make.wordpress.org could get some of the infrastructure that wpdevel.wordpress.com gets from being on the wordpress.com system. The email subscription options are very helpful to the time-starved.
I know, I know, I could hunt out and pull some RSS feeds to keep informed, but it would help if those make.wordpress.org sites were actually listed somewhere at least slightly visible.
On Jun 16, 2011, at 6:17 AM, Andrew Nacin wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 7:03 AM, Jennifer Sutton <jsuttondc at gmail.com> wrote:
> I thought others might either want to post additional comments and/or we might be provided with an update. My guess is that it would be ideal to post comments to the blog post, rather than to this list, so that all comments will be consolidated there.
> Correct, this mailing list is phased out in favor of http://make.wordpress.org/accessibility/. Soon I'll have it turned off.
> I'm not a programmer, so I cannot contribute code, however, I am most interested in improving access to WordPress, both in terms of the front-end output, as well as to the administrative back-end.
> This kind of work is increasingly important, and the time is right, given the status of the Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG) from the W3C. For details, see:
> I really appreciate you wanting to help. We can use it, for sure. I'd also love to hear what has come from the ATAG working group that we should be paying attention to, in particular. The W3C has asked us to provide feedback, but most of us don't have the time or knowledge to be able to do that effectively.
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