ISSUE-108: B.2.4.3 seems too restrictive

B.2.4.3 seems too restrictive

State:
CLOSED
Product:
ATAG Part B
Raised by:
Jeanne F Spellman
Opened on:
2008-07-27
Description:
B.2.4.3 Acceptable Sources: Authoring tools only supply equivalent alternatives from the following sources:
o (a) Author-Entered: equivalent alternatives previously entered by authors for the same non-text object (e.g., by the same author, or another author on a collaborative system),
o (b) From Object Database: equivalent alternatives stored with the non-text object in an object database (or equivalent), or
o (c) Null when Appropriate: null equivalent alternatives for non-text objects that the authoring tool can detect are only used for visual formatting.
JS: Seems too restrictive. Couldn't Flickr infer @alt text from the subject or keywords for a photo session?
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This issue isn't addressed. I suggest:
(a) Author-Entered: equivalent alternatives previously entered by authors for the same or closely-related non-text object (e.g., by the same author, or another author on a collaborative system, or a keyword entered that applies to a group of photographs),

Jeanne F Spellman, 1 Aug 2008, 19:40:04

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