Welcome to cnwa 欢迎参加中国信息无障碍社区小组

欢迎来到中国信息无障碍社区小组。

中国信息无障碍社区小组是在W3C中国的支持下成立的,由有志于推动中国信息无障碍事业的W3C会员组成的社区小组。

小组的以发起和组织各种信息无障碍相关的讨论、培训、体验等等为主要活动形式,旨在交流信息无障碍经验,推动中国信息无障碍进展,协助构建一个信息无障碍的网络世界。

小组的部分成员同时是中国信息无障碍产品联盟(http://accessibilityunion.org/)的成员,欢迎大家同时以加入联盟和加入小组两种形式,参与到中国的信息无障碍推动事业中来。

3 Responses to Welcome to cnwa 欢迎参加中国信息无障碍社区小组

  1. 一丝 yisi says:

    支持!

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  3. Judy Brewer says:

    Greetings! I would also like to welcome your participation in the Chinese Web Accessibility Community Group, and to thank you all for your interest in Web accessibility.

    I look forward to meeting you in Shenzhen, for people who are able to attend the W3C “TPAC” (Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee) meeting soon.

    You can find information on this event here
    http://www.w3.org/2013/11/TPAC/
    and registration is still open through today, 22 October (Boston time):
    https://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/35125/TPAC2013/

    There are three Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Working Group meetings during that week. These include:

    1) Protocols and Formats Working Group (PFWG), which is meeting Monday and Tuesday. This group develops WAI-ARIA, Accessible Rich Internet Applications.

    2) User Agent Guidelines Working Group (UAWG), also meeting Monday and Tuesday. This group develops browser accessibility guidelines, which is also relevant for mobile accessibility.

    3) Indie UI Working Group (IndieUI) is meeting Thursday and Friday. This is also relevant for mobile accessibility. More info is here: http://www.w3.org/WAI/intro/indieui

    You are welcome to register as an observer if you’d like to watch some of the meetings. If you want to join the group, you can join it as a participant.

    There will also be a launch ceremony for this Chinese Web Accessibility Community Group on Monday afternoon, November 11th, probably at 3pm. Stone or Alex will provide more information on this.

    Please let me know if you have any questions or comments.

    Thank you,

    - Judy
    W3C Web Accessibility Initiative

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