jARIA license

Colin Clark colin.clark at utoronto.ca
Wed Mar 5 19:32:43 UTC 2008


On 5-Mar-08, at 2:19 PM, Chris Hoffman wrote:
>> I think there's a larger question here. If the burgeoning jQuery
>> accessibility movement ends up choosing to integrate or adapt jARIA
>> and include it into jQuery UI, are you amenable to this, Chris H.? If
>> so, it seems like it may simplify things to bring the license in line
>> with jQuery's license.
> I am amenable--in fact, that's what I want. I'll follow this thread  
> for
> another day or so, just to get some other folks' input, and then will
> most likely change to the GPL/MIT license.

This is great! If you're up for collaboration, I have a number of  
ideas for how we can add some new functionality and a couple of bug  
fixes. Perhaps we should move the discussion onto the new jQuery-a11y  
mailing list just to get the conversation started?

How would you like to proceed? Should I send you patches directly?  
Should we try to get jARIA into the jQuery SVN? What approach works  
best for you?


Colin Clark
Technical Lead, Fluid Project
Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto

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