Friday, 8 December 2006

Government website petition

This has already been done a few times, so I'm just going to be lazy and quote from Dan Champion's blog:

Ian Fenn (I'm assuming of Chopstix fame) has setup an e-petition at the 10 Downing Street site asking the PM to ensure that websites launched by government comply with WCAG.

Let's face it, Tony needs some good news before he buggers off on the lecture circuit, so it's definitely worth a shot, if only to highlight the continuing non-compliance of the DTI and other high profile government sites.

There are 517 open petitions at the site at the time of writing, and we only need 81 signatures to make the first page, and 9123 to displace the top petition, so get over there now and sign it, you know it makes sense.

Do it now!


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