Thanks again for the good info.
Hello, Darrel, Mike, and others who may be interested in accessibility of Ajax:
Darrell wrote, in part: At 08:30 AM 12/17/2005 -0700, you wrote:
Oh, sure, Darrell. We'd all like to see all of the partners who have to participate to make things accessible work harder and faster. Screen reader developers, user agent (I mean browser developers), application developers, everyone. And I'd like to see everyone actually being aware of standards and complying with them.
But I daresay it's not quite as bleak as your message seems to suggest (and as I, myself, may once have thought). I think it's important for us to cite positive developments and give kudos, when due, even as we tactfully and strategically advocate for more progress.
With respect to doing just that, I'd like to make sure that all who are interested are aware of this Web page:
Note, in particular, IBM's significant contributions mentioned at heading level 2, entitled "What's New?"
Rest assured, I'm all in favor of proactive advocacy, but at the same time, I believe informed advocacy that illustrates a balanced picture of the current state of the art is also crucial.
I hope this information proves helpful to any who may have been unaware of it.