[games_access] Whinge and whine
oneswitch at gmail.com
Mon Mar 26 12:40:42 EDT 2012
Peace is a good thing. I was likely out of order to bring it up, and only
showing my pettiness. Sorry.
I would love to see the disparate organisations find something to come
together with, that we can all back... Maybe some kind of W3C Game
Accessibility guidelines. Maybe someone independent could come up with the
bare bones, then bring in AbleGamers, IGDA GASIG, SpecialEffect and all the
others with an interest to flesh it out and all put our stamp on it? That I
would love to see very much. That might also show recognition for one
another all round.
From: "Sandra Uhling" <sandra_uhling at web.de>
Sent: Monday, March 26, 2012 5:11 PM
To: "'IGDA Games Accessibility SIG Mailing List'" <games_access at igda.org>
Subject: Re: [games_access] Whinge and whine
> Everyone is doing what they can. I personally do not like this attitude
> both sides.
> Both sides are right and wrong. The wrong part is because there are
> and this topic
> is a really hard hard hard work. And another reason is that we sometimes
> miss open minds.
> So why don't we work together?
> Maybe we should look at ourselves and look what we can change so we can
> This situation besides the SIG and AG is one of the reason I do not work
> with this SIG,
> like I would like to do. To be honest I do not see any team work,
> the members participate in this SIG.
> (The Top Ten Version two was made without participation of the members!)
> So I started to work on my one stuff long time ago. I do not have the
> feeling that
> new point of views are accepted. So I have my own philosophy, sent my own
> paper to the UN
> and created my own project concept without the SIG.
> But I do not like this ...
> Maybe we should look how we can make this SIG working again as a team (and
> including all members)
> and hopefully in a partnership with the AG?
> I would love to see something like this: Look there is a video about AG,
> (And maybe the AG does mention this SIG in the Video?)
> Best regards,
> games_access mailing list
> games_access at igda.org
> The main SIG website page is http://igda-gasig.org
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