Assistive technologies in a specific class are conformant when they respond to the generic elements of ISO/IEC 24751 that apply to that class (e.g., screen readers would respond to screen reader elements). Editors’ note: this notion of ‘generic’ has to be sorted.
What should be standardized
- Registry of CORE/COMMON TERMS -- and Registry Entry Format
- ID, <NAME>, value range, description
- Process for Adding new COMMON TERMS (Core and "New")
- Location of CORE Registry
- How to create Application Specific Registries < SEPARATE PART
- "Containers"< SEPARATE PART## COMMON (contexts / configuration) for adapting a profile (or for switching to a different one?)
- device (that is being adapted) Phone vs
- contextually responsive
- User specific Conditions for switching profiles
- (when I am in my smaller AMIGO vs when I am at my desk)
\[[LN1]\]Education is concerned with both learners but also teachers and administrators etc. So "user"is more appropriate than 'learner'.
- TNOTE ISO/IEC 24751 focuses on individuals and their needs and preferences from an accessibility perspective.d