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From: Julie Lewis
Date: Nov 30, 2015 8:07AM

Is there any reason the accessibility community can¹t use github for this?
We could even maintain a plain language version of the WCAG
recommendations there. ;^)

>2. The accessibility community should build and maintain an
>application any Web professional can use to discover known
>techniques for producing usable and accessible interactions in
>the presentation technology they are using. The same application
>would allow developers to submit new techniques they have used to
>solve a previously unsolved problem or to improve upon an
>existing solution. Each technique submitted should be specific;
>include appropriate examples of its implementation; be tagged
>according to the interface or interaction (form, text input,
>error checking, labels for fieldsets, navigation menus, and so
>on), the presentation technology (HTML, PDF, XHTML, Word for
>Windows, Open Office, Drupal, WordPress, Plone, Bootstrap.js, and
>so on), the presentation environments in which it works (video,
>audio, wearables, smart phones, large monitors, haptic
>interfaces, and others), the disability addressed, the relevant
>WCAG success criteria, and other relevant features if I've missed
>any; and be linked to closely related solutions, relevant
>tutorials, explanations of the underlying principles, and the