Thread Subject: Re: Groupingof thecurrent 28software/web standards
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From: Roberto Scano (IWA/HWG)
Date: Fri, Oct 13 2006 12:55 AM
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Nice to meet you again Luke. :-)
I think that here there are at least 3-4 people that are also ISO experts (i'm sure about Jim, me and you... But i can have missed some posts).
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Should it help.....I have worked on 9241-171 and 151. I jumped in in the later stages, but things like creating a normative reference to WCAG and other harmonization efforts were discussed at length.
luke kowalski, CPE
Corporate UI Architect
Redwood Shores, CA 94065
650 506 1227
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Subject: Re: [teitac-websoftware] Groupingof thecurrent 28software/web standards
> Can you recommend anything specific we should look at first in ?
> It is pretty extensive and I haven't seen it before; don't want to
> waste my time with dead ends if others have mined it already; any
> recommendations welcome. Thanks.
Yes I do Don. The problem is that some of them you have to pay for. ISO
9241-171 and ANSI HFES 200 are the key software accessibility standards.
Both of these software accessibility standards are harmonized with each other and considered 1194.21 as they were being developed. I think it would be helpful to see how the current 1194.21 provisions are addressed in those standards.
I can provide some information on this early next week.
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