Thread Subject: Re: Startingdiscussionson theAccessibility APIproposal
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From: Lazzaro, Joe (ITD)
Date: Mon, Jan 08 2007 8:35 AM
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Just spoke with Larry, and he's ok.
Manager: Assistive Technology Group
Information Technology Division
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
One Ashburton Place
Boston, MA 02108
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Subject: Re: [teitac-websoftware]Startingdiscussionson theAccessibility
"I suppose this is late in the game now, but I think a good step by
step presentation on the accessibility stack would be helpful for many
of us in the software/web group. How does MSAA or UI,
accessibility-API, etc all fit together currently, and where these
interlocking layers of accessibility may be going might be helpful.
Would anyone like to set up a 2 or 3 member group to pull together
something like this for a future meeting?"
We have a burgeoning list of topics for presentation at TEITAC
plenaries, all of which are worthy. But I'm wondering if, given the
scarcity and infrequency of face-to-face, it wouldn't be better to
create an archivable webcast instead. That way, immediately interested
attendees could participate and others would have a rich resource for
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