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604611557apply chair request2011-05-02 21:47
@@ -150,20 +150,26 @@
    textual alternatives to those images, because of <a
    href="http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-html/2011Apr/0451.html">a
    working group decision from April 2011</a>.</li>
 
    <li>The W3C version does not state that the <code>img</code>
    element's <code title="attr-img-alt">alt</code> attribute is its
    <span>fallback content</span>, because of <a
    href="http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-html/2011Apr/0452.html">a
    working group decision from April 2011</a>.</li>
 
+   <li>The W3C version is missing a clause that requires conformance
+   checkers to discourage cargo-cult accessibility authoring because
+   of <a
+   href="http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-html/2011May/0018.html">a
+   working group chair decision from May 2011</a>.</li><!--bug 11557-->
+
   </ul>
 
   <p>Features that are part of HTML (and this specification) but that
   are currently published as separate specifications as well, and are
   not included in the W3C HTML5 specification, consist of:</p>
 
   <ul class="brief">
    <li><a href="#2dcontext">Canvas 2D Graphics Context</a><!--2DCONTEXT-->
    <li><a href="#microdata">Microdata</a><!--MD-->
    <li><a href="#mdvocabs">Microdata vocabularies</a>
@@ -12087,37 +12093,42 @@ plaintext     = *( %x0000-2029 / %x202F-10FFFF )
   manually.</p>
 
 
 
   <h4><dfn>WAI-ARIA</dfn></h4>
 
   <p>Authors may use the ARIA <code title="attr-aria-role">role</code>
   and <code title="attr-aria-*">aria-*</code> attributes on <span>HTML
   elements</span>, in accordance with the requirements described in
   the ARIA specifications, except where these conflict with the
-  <span>strong native semantics</span> or are equal to the
-  <span>default implied ARIA semantics</span> described below. These
-  exceptions are intended to prevent authors from making assistive
-  technology products report nonsensical states that do not represent
-  the actual state of the document. <a href="#refsARIA">[ARIA]</a></p>
-
+  <span>strong native semantics</span>
+<!--END w3c-html--><!--FORK--><!--bug 11557-->
+  or are equal to the <span>default implied ARIA semantics</span>
+<!--START w3c-html--><!--FORK--><!--bug 11557-->
+  described below. These exceptions are intended to prevent authors
+  from making assistive technology products report nonsensical states
+  that do not represent the actual state of the document. <a
+  href="#refsARIA">[ARIA]</a></p>
+
+<!--END w3c-html--><!--FORK--><!--bug 11557-->
   <p>Authors must not set the ARIA <code
   title="attr-aria-role">role</code> and <code
   title="attr-aria-*">aria-*</code> attributes in a manner that
   conflicts with the semantics described in the following table,
   except that the <code
   title="attr-aria-role-presentation">presentation</code> role may
   always be used. Authors must not set the ARIA <code
   title="attr-aria-role">role</code> and <code
   title="attr-aria-*">aria-*</code> attributes to values that match
   the <span>default implicit ARIA semantics</span> defined in the
   following two tables.</p>
+<!--START w3c-html--><!--FORK--><!--bug 11557-->
 
   <div class="impl">
 
   <p>User agents are required to implement ARIA semantics on all
   <span>HTML elements</span>, as defined in the ARIA
   specifications. The <span>implicit ARIA semantics</span> defined
   below must be recognized by implementations. <a
   href="#refsARIAIMPL">[ARIAIMPL]</a></p>
 
   </div>

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