Accessibility Conformance Testing (ACT) Rules Format 1.0 is a W3C Proposed Recommendation
Accessibility Conformance Testing (ACT) Rules Format is a W3C Proposed Recommendation. This draft demonstrates implementations of the specification based on example ACT Rules being continuously developed by the ACT Rules Community Group. Background on this work is in the blog post Harmonized Accessibility Testing. Please send comments as soon as feasible, by 24 September 2019.
Translations: 20 New WAI Accessibility Resources
Over 20 new translations of W3C WAI accessibility resources are listed at All WAI Translations. More information is in the 25 July e-mail.
For Review: Personalization Working Drafts
Updated Working Drafts on Personalization are available for review: Personalization Semantics Explainer, Personalization Semantics Content Module, Personalization Help and Support, Personalization Tools. Updates and more information are in the 17 July e-mail. Please send comments by 15 August 2019.
For Review: Inaccessibility of CAPTCHA
An updated draft of Inaccessibility of CAPTCHA: Alternatives to Visual Turing Tests on the Web is available for review. More information is in the 26 June e-mail. Please send any comments by 26 July 2019.
Call for Implementations: ACT Rules Format 1.0 Candidate W3C Recommendation
Accessibility Conformance Testing (ACT) Rules Format specifies a common format for accessibility test rules, and how to write test procedures for quality assurance. More information is in the Call for Implementations e-mail. Please submit any comments by 28 May 2019.
Invitation: WAI-Tools Open Meeting in Brussels, Belgium
You are invited to the WAI-Tools Open Meeting on 20 May 2019 in Brussels, Belgium. The meeting is intended for developers of web accessibility evaluation tools and methodologies, accessibility monitoring bodies, practitioners, evaluation and quality assurance experts and researchers, and users. Agenda, logistics, and registration information is in the WAI-Tools Meeting May 2019 page. This meeting is free and spaces are limited, so please register soon.
Translations: New Link to WAI Accessibility Resources
Translations are now easier to get to on the W3C WAI website. The “All Translations” link near the top of all WAI web pages goes to: All WAI Translations. More information about translations is in the 28 March e-mail.
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