Thanks Franklin, I should have
been more clear - by client reader I meant non-browser. For the browser
I'd use FF2 or FF3 since I have good connections to the FF a11y community.
I suppose for evaluating atom it doesn't really matter if I use a
web or non-web based reader. So I guess all I need is a set of feeds
that have been developed to test the implementation of all the atom features.
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Re: test cases? accessible client
I don't have any test cases. However, regarding client
readers' accessibility, I think that the feed reading view of IE 7 or later
may have good accessibility support. It should be worth testing.
From: "Pete Brunet" <brunet@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Friday, 30 May, 2008 23:51
Subject: test cases? accessible client readers?
> Has anyone developed a set of test cases for atom feeds? If
> I could evaluate them at least from a web based reader because I know
> Firefox has good accessibility support and I am in contact with their
> accessibility team. Are there any client readers that are have
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