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Accessibility Guidelines Implementation Project

Table of Contents:

  1. About the AGI Project
  2. About Accessibility Month
  3. Project Elements and Files
  4. Project Status
  5. Who Participated
  6. Mailing Lists
  7. Useful Accessibility Links

Mailing Lists

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 agi-contact@hwg.org requesting to join the project. The list is archived on the web at http://www.mlists.com/archives/agi-project/; 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 majordomo@mlists.com with subscribe agi-talk in the body of the message. Like agi-project, this list is archived on the web; use username: agi and password: agi at http://www.mlists.com/archives/agi-talk/.


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 http://www.hwg.org/lists/hwg-critique/.


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 http://www.hwg.org/lists/hwg-standards/.


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 http://www.hwg.org/lists/hwg-techniques/.


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 w3c-wai-ig-request@w3.org and a 'Subject:subscribe' and nothing in the body." Further information including archives can be found at http://www.w3.org/WAI/IG/.

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