ISSUE-9: Plain text techniques aren't "accessibility supported" yet we hold other technologies to that bar. Need to discuss if it makes sense to keep plain text techniques or what.

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Plain text techniques aren't "accessibility supported" yet we hold other technologies to that bar. Need to discuss if it makes sense to keep plain text techniques or what.

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CLOSED
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2011-09-29
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  1. Re: Cleaning up working branches (from cooper@w3.org on 2017-08-28)
  2. Minutes WCAG 29 September 2011 (from cooper@w3.org on 2011-09-29)
  3. ISSUE-9: Plain text techniques aren't 'accessibility supported' yet we hold other technologies to that bar. Need to discuss if it makes sense to keep plain text techniques or what. (from sysbot+tracker@w3.org on 2011-09-29)

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Discussed on WG call 3rd June 2014. Decided these techniques are still relevant. Closing.

Joshue O Connor, 3 Jun 2014, 15:30:32

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