Updating wiki process
Stakeholder interviews are valuable for gathering anecdotal data from people with valuable perspective, but who do not have the ability or inclination to participate in Silver in a more active way.
These interviews will be phone interviews with followup emails as the project progresses.
The process of designing Silver defined on this page describes the steps that the WCAG Working Group will take to pursue the research, experimentation, and initial drafts of the updated standard.
In order to have a more flexible result, we'll need to incorporate a more diverse set of perspectives throughout the process.
For example, the deaf-blind community is very small, but their need for digital access to information is particularly acute.
Self reporting in this option will involve asking people who use WCAG regularly to keep a diary of their use of WCAG over a two week period with some structured questions, but mostly will be used to gather insight and opinion on their use of WCAG.
Much can be learned from all the organizations that use WCAG, but find it doesn't meet their needs, and have made their own adaptation of WCAG.
Most of that material is public and can be studied with an eye toward common themes of what is needed.
A broad group of stakeholders will be defined for this process.
This list will be dynamic, being updated as new interests are uncovered.