Accessibility Guidelines Implementation Project
Table of Contents:
About the AGI Project
About Accessibility Month
Project Elements and Files
Useful Accessibility Links
Two mailing lists exist for coodination of the AGI
project; in addition, several other lists that may be
of interest are listed here. The only required list
for AGI participants is agi-project.
This is the official announcement list for the
AGI project. To subscribe, send email to
email@example.com requesting to join
the project. The list is archived on the web at
use username: agi and password: agi to
access the directory.
This is a discussion list for AGI participants;
subscription is optional. To subscribe, send a message
to firstname.lastname@example.org with
subscribe agi-talk in the body of the
Like agi-project, this list is archived on the web;
use username: agi and password: agi at
The HWG-Critique list is one of the many discussion
lists offered by the HTML Writers Guild; this list
in particular is used for requesting peer-to-peer
audits of websites. The AGI project is using the
list for accessibility critiques of participating
web sites. For information on hwg-critique, including
how to subscribe, please see
Another HWG discussion list, this one deals with issues
regarding the proper use of HTML, the HTML 4.0
standard, cascading stylesheets (CSS1/CSS2), and other
related topics -- including accessible site design.
Details can be found at
Like its companion list
hwg-basics, HWG-Techniques is a general topic
Guild discussion list; AGI participants may find the
list of use on a variety of topics, including
occasional accessibility discussions. Subscription
information is at
This list is run by the World Wide Web Consortium,
not the HWG. They state:
"The best way to stay informed of overall WAI activities,
and to participate in general WAI discussions, is to
subscribe to the WAI Interest Group, by sending a mail to
and a 'Subject:subscribe' and nothing in the body."
Further information including archives can be found at
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