Government wants to update ADA for cyberspace
Thought you might be interested in discussing this article that may
someday affect web designers.
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- On 11/15/2010 9:49 PM, ** Maria Marsala ** wrote:
> http://www.seattlepi.com/business/430201_cyberada.html?source=pimailWhen I first read the subject line, I thought you were referring to ADA,
> Thought you might be interested in discussing this article that may
> someday affect web designers.
the programming language (used extensively by the DoD) or the American
Dental Association. Too many ADA acronyms I guess.
Everything costs money. Fortunately the government moves at a snail's
pace. It will be another decade before anyone rolls out an effective
law that actually affects us. I'm hoping by that time we'll have
awesome tools at our disposal that will make meeting the needs of
disabled folk, in terms of web development, super easy to do.
Barebones CMS is a high-performance, open source content management
system for web developers operating in a team environment.
An open source CubicleSoft initiative.
Your choice of a MIT or LGPL license.