[Accessibility-testing] 2018 planning: tools & meta

furkle at furkleindustries.com furkle at furkleindustries.com
Sun Feb 11 10:34:59 EST 2018

Belatedly, as I've been quite busy at work, but I'd also like to agree
with constraining the scope of the initial "work order," as it were, to
game/fic output, rather than the systems used to generate game/fic output,
seems like a good idea. One of the stumbling blocks we encountered was
that we weren't really sure which to start testing first, so any clarity
in when we examine and test certain aspects of the domain is welcome.


> On Jan 22, 2018, at 10:10 PM, Jason McIntosh <jmac at jmac.org> wrote:
>> What would we think about opening this mailing list's archives, both
>> past and future, to the public?
> Hi folks,
> Just to close off this thread: Per subsequent discussion on this list, I
> did prune older mail off the archives, and made the remainder public. You
> can see the public archives here:
> http://iftechfoundation.org/pipermail/accessibility-testing/
> I plan on writing a short IFTF blog post about the accessibility testing
> program soon, and will link to the above — which at the time of this
> writing, contains only the “2018 goals review” thread. (Plus this
> email, as soon as I send it.)
> I did grab a copy of the old archive’s HTML and source text before this,
> so if anyone would like a copy, just let me know.
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