Is it time to cancel WCAG 2.0?
14th Feb 2007
Joe Clark sends an open letter to Tim Berners-Lee regarding the state of WCAG 2.0. Tracy Godding discusses it further with comments open to share your feelings about WCAG 2.0.
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