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Webbin' Rebels

Web Accessibility Task Force: Divide and Conquer

By Brian Egan on December 1, 2009 4:33 PM | Permalink

In the previous blog post I discussed the guidelines I suggested we follow with regard to web accessibility. Although that discussion remains open, and I encourage more feedback, I think it would make sense not to get too hung up on that conversation.

Today, I would like to discuss the various action items this task force needs to accomplish and the timeframe in which they can be accomplished, and then begin dividing up the work.

Action Items

Here are the major action items I think would make sense for this task force to undertake, with the proposed name of the leader for that action item, proposed start date, and a few sub-items to give a little more information on the work involved with each part. It should be noted, the “leader” just means who will head up a particular subsection of this effort. For example, I don’t expect Cory to rewrite the style guide herself, but I would hope that she could take responsibility for that part of the task force to get the guide rewritten.