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I wonder why the other tickets from META bug 139007 are excluded (btw, there is kind of duplicate META bug 101912 with a lot more). Bug 149000 is on hold since you asked UX for input (personally I think Print is over-engineering in respect to the workflow). Bug 148971 about the non-modal window could also be handled per sidebar deck, which I prefer over the modality tweak. An alternative is to insert the issues as annotations/comments in the document. On one ticket we discussed the help on each issue, could be an infobutton (question mark icon) that shows a dialog why this tag is needed and what to do. Three weeks seems underestimated if we expect to solve all issues.

Looking at the current UI, I think a bit design work could be beneficial. Some issues are rather warnings (eg. Avoid Footnotes) other are mandatory (No Alt Text). Perhaps we copy the SEO plugin look and feel - or was it the readability checker? - from Wordpress.

As reviewers we could invite Christophe Strobbe who comments a lot on these tickets and there was a lady in the German community call last year... don't remember her name.

PS: Cannot comment on the NC document.

On 10.05.22 17:36, Olivier Hallot wrote:

one of the approved [1] tenders is the

      Improve the accessibility checker for PDF/UA

The board would like to work together in public with all of you on this tender before it gets officially published. The current draft is therefore shared at

The board is happy to get your feedback and proposals. We'd like to discuss this ideally in the board call on Monday, May 16, at 1800 Berlin time. Please send your feedback to the public mailing list. Thanks a lot to all community members involved for working on the tender draft!

Looking forward to your feedback,



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