Disposition of comments raised during third last call of UAAG 1.0

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Status of this document

This document indicates the disposition of comments raised during the third last call of UAAG 1.0 (the 9 April 2001 draft). This document has been prepared by the User Agent Accessibility Guidelines Working Group (UAWG) as part of a request to advance to Candidate Recommendation.

Formal responses to reviewers, and acknowledgments

The following list consists of a link to the formal response from the UAWG to each last call reviewer, followed by links (when available) to acknowledgments from the reviewer.


The following objections have been carried forward to Candidate Recommendation:

  1. From Gregory Rosmaita: The priority of checkpoint 12.1 which requires at a Priority 1 level that at least one version of the user agent documentation conforms to at least Level Double-A of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0. Gregory believes the checkpoint should require Triple-A WCAG 1.0 conformance at a P1 level:
  2. From IBM: IBM believes that Level Double-A WCAG conformance should not be required if the checkpoint is only P1. One counter-proposal is a relative checkpoint priority (as is found in ATAG 1.0).
  3. From Opera: Opera objects to the mandatory DOM core requirement for XML and HTML content. Opera feels that this should be optional for conformance.

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