W3C

List of comments on “Web Security Experience, Indicators and Trust: Scope and Use Cases” (dated 25 May 2007)

Quick access to

There are 2 comments (sorted by their types, and the section they are about).

general comment comments

Comment LC-1878: email tracking test 1
Commenter: Bill Doyle <wdoyle@mitre.org> (archived message)
Context: in
Al,



Thank you for your comments. I apologize for the delay in responding, a
process for formally addressing public comments needed to be flushed
out.



We're using Tracker to create Issues raised from public comment, this
tool supports tracking, viewing discussion threads and resolutions. The
following issues were generated from your email titled Universal Design
review of WSC Draft dated April 4 2007.



ISSUE-34

Formal studies don't cover disability access adequately, use experts
too -

(public comment)

ISSUE-35

information overload/underload -- no oneSizeFitsAll (public comment)

ISSUE-36

presentation norms -- no oneSizeFitsAll (from public comments)

ISSUE-37

qualify your interrupts (from public comments)

ISSUE-38

no safe haven in presentation space (from public comments)

ISSUE-39

cooperate with WAI-ARIA 'politeness' (from public comments)

ISSUE-40

Drill-down access to all security information is not 'nice,' it's
required (by

UAAG 1.0). (public comment)

ISSUE-41

limited guidance on presentation OK (public comment)

ISSUE-42

Re: 3.2 Non-HTTP Web interactions (public comment)

ISSUE-43

don't disable assistive technology (public comment)

ISSUE-44

beyond 'who' (some day) (pubic comment)

ISSUE-45

full legal entity identification (is a must) (pubic comment)

ISSUE-46

widely deployed baseline, yes; usage and presentation, yes

(pubic comment)

ISSUE-47

define extension interface for content-scanning tools (public comment)

ISSUE-48

platform and browser security out of scope - NOT (public comment)

ISSUE-49

trust in browser password cache needs to be better justified (pubic
comment)

ISSUE-50

present web security is not good enough; even 'though fixing that is
out of

scope for this deliverable (public comment)

ISSUE-51

distinguished Chrome is not the answer (public comment)

ISSUE-52

benchmarking success -- it's out there (public comment)

ISSUE-53

augment general usability wisdom because you are operating on a fringe
(as is

WAI) (Public Comment)

ISSUE-54

user understanding is where it's at (pubic comment

ISSUE-55

realism is not universal, nor does ordinariness befit exceptional

communications (public comment)

ISSUE-56

habit is little help, here (public comment)

ISSUE-57

qualify your interrupts; communicate subliminally always and through
the focus

rarely (public comment)

ISSUE-58

simplicity is in the [diverse] world of the user (public comment)

ISSUE-59

challenge and recover are essential; one presentation fits all -NOT
(pubic

comment)

ISSUE-60

reinvent Help and DoIt (public comment)

ISSUE-61

Know you don't know your users (public comment)

ISSUE-62

User-adjustable step size is part of Universal Design (public comment)

ISSUE-63

consistency is good where it fits; it doesn't always fit; so undergird
your

consistency with a model (public comment)

ISSUE-64

'where' is less universal than 'how' for drill-down (public comment)

ISSUE-65

testing throughout evolution of product (pubic comment)



Thank you for the time spent reviewing the WSC draft and participating
in this effort.



Bill Doyle

WSC WG member
(space separated ids)
(Please make sure the resolution is adapted for public consumption)

substantive comments

Comment LC-1914: test of LC_Tracker
Commenter:
Context: 3.1 Presentation of all security information
test message
(space separated ids)
(Please make sure the resolution is adapted for public consumption)

Add a comment.


Developed and maintained by Dominique Hazaël-Massieux (dom@w3.org).
$Id: Overview.php,v 1.46 2013-10-04 08:11:33 dom Exp $
Please send bug reports and request for enhancements to w3t-sys.org