Since the landmark Domino’s case, I’ve been having some conversations about web accessibility with people who wouldn’t ordinarily take an interest. Some of these conversations have been productive; others have not. The following is a dramatization based on true events.
I’m still laughing. This is the funniest thing I’ve read when it comes to web accessibility in a very long time.
I was there and the reason this is so one-sided and hilarious is that it’s Heydon’s attempt to hide his abusiveness as person (whatever he represents) by basically lying about everything he did in the conversation.
Do you have a link to the conversation? It seems to me that accessibility experts and practitioners and advocates are the only ones expected to be always-polite and always-patient in these conversations, no matter what’s said by the other side, +
and I have to admit I’m no longer cool with that.