I am a strong proponent of developing and implementing accessibility
guidelines. The ICANN election has simply overwhelmed the available
resources - but I think the follow-on study absolutely should take into
account accessibility concerns.
At 08:02 AM 7/31/2000 -0700, Greg Skinner wrote:
Lloyd Wood <l(_dot_)wood(_at_)eim(_dot_)surrey(_dot_)ac(_dot_)uk> wrote:
William Allen Simpson wrote:
The users of the Internet have access to several free browsers that
support frames on a dozen platforms. Folks that are unable to use
the Internet are not an appropriate electorate. Lazy kindergartners
are not the target audience for ICANN membership.
I do hope this isn't the official ICANN view. I imagine that
a disability discrimination lawsuit would soon follow.
how many text-to-speech audio browsers support frames well?
Support for the disabled does seem to be a concern in some quarters;
for example, see
The secure registration page requires https, which isn't available in lynx
as far as I know.
I am wondering if it might make sense going forward to allow an email
submission. Email is for the most part a queued delivery mechanism, so it
is not necessary for the user to resubmit an html form if the server is
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