canvas 2d context
Encrypted Media Extensions
HTML 5 spec
HTML 5: The Markup Language
HTML WG website
HTML5 differences from HTML4
HTML5 Spec - PR Blockers
Media Source Extensions
pre-LC1 alt techniques
pre-LC1 authoring guide
pre-LC1 HTML 5 spec
Erika Doyle Navara
Philippe Le Hégaret
Joshue O Connor
I raised the issue as a bug(see below) and asked the editor to respond:
his response did not answer the request in the bug.
I have sent two follow ups:
I do not beleive that it is beyond the editors capacity to respond to my request, in a timely fashion. So am escalating this to an issue.
provide reference and info about HTML5: Techniques for providing useful text alternatives in html5 spec
the working group have agreed to publish
HTML5: Techniques for providing useful text alternatives:
It contains normative author conformance requirements and informative
advice,examples and references which are meant as a replacement for
the content in the sections from:
18.104.22.168 Requirements for providing text to act as an alternative for images
up to and including
22.214.171.124.12 General guidelines
I think would be prudent and appropriate if both documents (HTML5 and
HTML5: alt) provided clear neutral information about the existance of
the other and how they relate.
For the HTML5 spec I suggest that such information be placed at the
start of section '126.96.36.199 Requirements for providing text to act as an
alternative for images'
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