[Accessibility-testing] 2018 planning: tools & meta

Jason McIntosh jmac at jmac.org
Mon Feb 19 17:33:03 EST 2018

One more note on the thread about the open mailing list archives:

I realized after the fact that this policy might get in the way of open conversation later, especially once we get to the tester-recruitment phase of this operation. Should that ever become the case, or if y’all have any other related concerns, please just let me know. The open-archives policy is quite secondary to the accessibility program’s mission, and it ever becomes an obstacle to open discussion and planning then I’d much sooner close it again than insist on keeping it around.

> On Feb 10, 2018, at 6:49 PM, Jason McIntosh <jmac at jmac.org> wrote:
> 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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