[Accessibility] ADoc

Pete Brunet brunet at us.ibm.com
Tue Jan 15 19:25:32 PST 2008


Thanks to Cathy Laws for the following...

During the recent meeting when the DBUS work was being discussed Janina 
mentioned the prior ADoc work.  ADoc is not a set of interfaces but a set 
of guidelines.  The ones for app devs are here: "ATK implementation 
examples for documents" at 
http://live.gnome.org/GAP/AtkGuide#head-93d19ca6b2602cc919f756f0fbdba6ffbcabe22c 
and the ones for AT devs are here: "Accessible Document Navigation using 
AT-SPI" at 
http://accessibility.freestandards.org/a11yspecs/atspi/adoc/ADOC_ATSPI.htm 
 

However, the AT-SPI document is about 2.5 years old and the ATK one about 
1.5 years old so someone who has been implementing ATK and the Collection 
interface should review these documents and update them.  Would this be 
Ariel Rios or Li Yuan from Sun (who I think owns AT-SPI) or someone else?

Pete Brunet
                                                                          
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