A group led by Joe Clark and calling itself the WCAG Samurai has taken a stand against the much criticized WCAG by issuing a set of “errata” for the guidelines. Start with the Introduction to WCAG Samurai Errata for WCAG 1.0 and then read the complete errata.
This is a powerful idea for a way to make (or force) change. There will be lots of blogging, conference talks, and other noise about the work of the WCAG Samurai in the future, and I fully expect it to create change within the “official” world of WCAG guideline drafting.
The great thing about errata is that you have to give the corrected information in connection with the notice of the error. Maybe the Democrats should come up with a list of errata for the Bush administration. With specific corrections for each mistake. Might make an interesting party platform.