WAI Extension To Comment Period?

I don’t know a great deal about AJAX, DHTML and all that associated jazz, so I hadn’t actually been expecting to comment on the WAI’s work on their “Accessibility for Rich Internet Applications” (ARIA) suite.

Nonetheless, I’d suggest that — as they did for WCAG 2.0 after Joe Clark nagged them about it — that they consider increasing the time period available for comments.

Why? Well, I just think it’s a bit mean insisting that all comments on the ARIA documentation must be in 335 days before they published them, is all…

Updated Working Drafts of the WAI-ARIA Suite documents were published 20 December 2006. WAI encourages you to review these documents and submit any comments.…

Please send comments by 19 January 2006.   (2006-12-20)Web Accessibility Initiative

Maybe they’d even consider extending the comment period until after they published the documentation?

One Response to “WAI Extension To Comment Period?”

  1. Joe Dolson responds:

    Ha…sounds a bit challenging, methinks. Anybody in the accessibility community got a time machine?

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