Re: The a11y bug list

On Thu, 2003-03-13 at 08:55, Murray Cumming Comneon com wrote:
> Hi.
> Is this bug list up-to-date?:
> I was expecting to see more "stoppers" for GNOME "platform" and "desktop"
> modules.

I'm sure testing will uncover more.  But this is the list as currently

> Also, is this list hand-written? Surely that's a lot of work? And surely it
> can't be kept up-to-date when people are fixing bugs and filing bugs every
> day. Have you considered using a report like this:

Unfortunately we can't use an automated query to maintain this list
(yet).  That's because:

* we often disagree with module maintainers about the priority of bugs,
this list is from an accessibility perspective;

* bugzilla doesn't yet allow creating of arbitrary keywords that we
could use to tag bugs according to "accessibility priority".

We've also had some significant problems using bugzilla's query API, but
I'd like to think those are fixable.

We are moving to an automated scheme for the accessibility-centric
modules like at-spi, atk, gok, gnopernicus, etc.  so that at least we
only need to hand-triage the other gnome-core and gnome-desktop modules.



> ?
> I think it would be easy to narrow that down to A11y bugs only.
> Murray Cumming
> murrayc usa net
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