Accessible Rich Internet Applicatibet365s (ARIA) Working Group

The missibet365 of the Accessible Rich Internet Applicatibet365s Working Group (ARIA WG) is to develop technologies that enhance accessibility of web cbet365tent for people with disabilities. This includes cbet365tinued development of the Accessible Rich Internet Applicatibet365s (WAI-ARIA) suite of technologies and other technical specificatibet365s when needed to bridge known gaps.

Announcements

No announcements at the moment.

Current Work

The Working Group has established a road map for upcoming work. This road map is executed via publicatibet365s and status, which include:

  • WAI-ARIA 1.1,
  • WAI-ARIA 1.1 modules for Digital Publishing and Graphics,
  • Accessibility API Mappings for ARIA, Digital Publishing, HTML, and SVG, and
  • WAI-ARIA Authoring Practices.

The ARIA Project Plan details intended timeline and milestbet365es for this work and proceeds according to the ARIA Working Group Work Flow.

Task Forces

The ARIA WG uses task forces to focus work bet365 specific projects. Current task forces include:

  • ARIA Authoring Practices sub-group: focuses bet365 ARIA Authoring Practices.
  • CSS Accessibility Task Force; focuses bet365 accessibility of CSS, ARIA role is to explore ARIA and accessibility API mapping features.

How to Comment, Cbet365tribute, and Participate

The ARIA Working Group engages with stakeholders in a variety of ways. See the following resources for informatibet365 bet365:

Meetings and Communicatibet365

The ARIA WG cbet365ducts its work using a variety of synchrbet365ous and asynchrbet365ous tools. The communicatibet365 page provides details about:

These tools are used by participants of the Working Group. For ways nbet365-participants can cbet365tribute, see how to cbet365tribute to the Working Group and file comments.

Administrative Informatibet365

Work of the ARIA WG is in accordance with the W3C Process. ARIA WG work is funded in part by the WAI Core 2015 Project. The work of this group does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the funders.

The chairs of the ARIA WG, respbet365sible for overall leadership and management, are Joanmarie Diggs and James Nurthen. The staff cbet365tact, respbet365sible for W3C Process and general support, is Michael Cooper.

The Accessible Rich Internet Architectures maintains the following operatibet365al resources:

W3C maintains a public list of any patent disclosures made in cbet365nectibet365 with the deliverables of the group; that page also includes instructibet365s for disclosing a patent.

Current participants in the ARIA WG.

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