Wednesday, March 12, 2008

ARIA on Webkit's R(a)dar?

What does this mean: "rdar://problem/5785134"?

It appeared recently in a comment on the WebKit ARIA bug.

If it is an internal Apple thing how do we keep informed on the status? Tackling this bug would be a great contribution!

Be sure to check out: ARIA UA Best Practices by Aaron Leventhal.

5 comments:

Ethan Osten said...

Radar is the Apple bugtracker, independent of the WebKit bugzilla. If I recall, it requires a (free) ADC membership, though.

Uncle Brian said...

According to carbondev.com ( http://www.carbondev.com/site/?page=BugReporter ), ADC membership is only good for filing bugs. Once you file a bug, you cannot see comments on it. Seeing other people's bugs is definitely not allowed.

It's unfortunate that they still use that for webkit, but not having it open makes sense for privacy concerns (seeing as people who file Apple bugs have different privacy expectations than someone posting on bugzilla).

David Bolter said...

It must make it difficult to be an Apple WebKit developer... to juggle both an open and a closed bug database. Surely technical discussion about ARIA support implementation should happen in the public space, but who knows?

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