Draft description of Fluid Infusion

Michael S Elledge elledge at msu.edu
Wed Apr 23 21:52:30 UTC 2008


Hi Anastasia--

Our disability resources team told me about a free screen reader tool 
they recommend as an alternative to testing with JAWS. I'll be including 
it as part of a revised accessibility testing procedure I'm developing 
for MSU. When I've put it together I'll send it around for comment as a 
replacement for the earlier one I put in the wiki.

Mike

Anastasia Cheetham wrote:
> On 23-Apr-08, at 4:41 PM, Daphne Ogle wrote:
>
>   
>> This looks good Anastasia!
>>
>> I think we should remove the personas from the description though.   
>> We made good progress on them but they aren't in a state that people  
>> outside the process will be able to make much sense of them -- and  
>> the information isn't organized at all on the wiki (much of it isn't  
>> even up there yet).  We've had other priorities trump that work as  
>> we've gotten close to the release but hope to have draft personas  
>> soon.
>>     
>
>
> Daphne, thanks for reviewing the information.
>
> Regarding personas: Currently, the Personas page in the wiki ( http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Personas 
>   ) is tagged for release - but I notice that it's only a description  
> of what a persona is, and why it's useful.
>
> I'll take the mention of personas out of the overview, but this is a  
> good opportunity to double-check if that Personals wiki page is still  
> intended to be included in the documentation.
>
>   
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