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Results of Questionnaire Registration for the Accessibility of Media Elements in HTML 5 Gathering

The results of this questionnaire are available to anybody. In addition, answers are sent to the following email addresses: jfoliot@stanford.edu, singer@apple.com

This questionnaire was open from 2009-09-21 to 2009-10-30.

28 answers have been received.

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  1. Will you attend?

1. Will you attend?

Will you attend the gathering on November 1st?

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
Results
yes 25
no 3

Details

Responder Will you attend?Comments
David Singer yes
Chris Lilley yes
Felix Sasaki yes Did I miss the detailed directions from the hotel to the meeting place?
"This informal gathering will last one day, and the first one will be held in the Bay Area on November 1st at Stanford University. "
Charles McCathie Nevile yes I'll be representing the people who do the real work of implementing at Opera...
Soohong Daniel Park yes
Ken Harrenstien yes
Joakim Söderberg yes
Philippe Le Hégaret yes
Geoff Freed no Will there a phone-in option?
Erik Mannens yes
Michael Cooper yes
James Craig yes
Pierre-Antoine Champin no ... but I'd be *very* interested in distant participation, with phone-conf of video-conf. We would furthermore be interested in presenting out work at the workshop.
Steve Faulkner yes
Sally Cain yes I will be there as a member of the Protocols and Formats Working Group. I will also be representing users as someone from RNIB. There is much discussion around captioning and I also want to raise the issue of audio description too.
yes
no I sincerely apologize, but due to an occupied weekly work schedule, I will not be able to attend this meeting.

Jace Voracek
Jace@Jace-Place.com
Eric Carlson yes
Matthew May yes
Jean-Pierre EVAIN yes
Ian Hickson yes
Judy Brewer yes I'm interested in comparative technical efficacy of solution frameworks for accessible media from the consumer perspective. I'm also interested in standards harmonization issues that arise when transitioning &/or bridging traditional delivery modes for accessible media, e.g. classical TV etc, especially where this has differed internationally, and newer web-based delivery modes for digital media, since harmonization issues can affect availability of accessible media for the end user. I'm prepared to comment briefly as needed, but am most interested in listening to discussion on comparative merits of different solution frameworks.

Could you please clarify the time of day of the meeting (it is currently listed as "one day," and confirm that the meeting venue is wheelchair accessible. Thank you.
Marisa DeMeglio yes
WonSuk Lee yes
Kangchan Lee yes
Jonathan Jeon yes
Dick Bulterman yes I am chair of the SMIL WG with SYMM. We've had a relatively long history of looking at accessibility in the context of timed media objects. If there is an opportunity, I'd like to highlight the broad mechanisms that we have supported in SMIL, since they may instructive to a broader HTML5 audience. (The point is not to discuss syntax, but to share general experiences.)

One central issue is the manner that time is supported within a document. Accessibility means choice, but this choice is fundamentally temporal in nature. The accessibility mechanisms need to be synchronized, so that accessibility objects can be turned on or off at relevant synchronization points along with the base video.

We think that our experience with SMIL can help clarify some issues and may help to develop HTML-specific approaches.
Douglas Schepers yes will be arriving around noon

More details on responses

  • David Singer: last responded on 21, September 2009 at 22:23 (UTC)
  • Chris Lilley: last responded on 22, September 2009 at 10:15 (UTC)
  • Felix Sasaki: last responded on 22, September 2009 at 14:01 (UTC)
  • Charles McCathie Nevile: last responded on 22, September 2009 at 14:26 (UTC)
  • Soohong Daniel Park: last responded on 23, September 2009 at 07:04 (UTC)
  • Ken Harrenstien: last responded on 24, September 2009 at 00:23 (UTC)
  • Joakim Söderberg: last responded on 24, September 2009 at 10:26 (UTC)
  • Philippe Le Hégaret: last responded on 25, September 2009 at 19:26 (UTC)
  • Geoff Freed: last responded on 29, September 2009 at 01:20 (UTC)
  • Erik Mannens: last responded on 29, September 2009 at 14:47 (UTC)
  • Michael Cooper: last responded on 30, September 2009 at 13:54 (UTC)
  • James Craig: last responded on 30, September 2009 at 17:58 (UTC)
  • Pierre-Antoine Champin: last responded on 7, October 2009 at 12:02 (UTC)
  • Steve Faulkner: last responded on 9, October 2009 at 19:03 (UTC)
  • Sally Cain: last responded on 12, October 2009 at 11:03 (UTC)
  • : last responded on 12, October 2009 at 19:40 (UTC)
  • : last responded on 13, October 2009 at 00:08 (UTC)
  • Eric Carlson: last responded on 13, October 2009 at 23:45 (UTC)
  • Matthew May: last responded on 14, October 2009 at 14:16 (UTC)
  • Jean-Pierre EVAIN: last responded on 15, October 2009 at 07:12 (UTC)
  • Ian Hickson: last responded on 15, October 2009 at 08:42 (UTC)
  • Judy Brewer: last responded on 15, October 2009 at 19:08 (UTC)
  • Marisa DeMeglio: last responded on 19, October 2009 at 23:44 (UTC)
  • WonSuk Lee: last responded on 26, October 2009 at 14:29 (UTC)
  • Kangchan Lee: last responded on 26, October 2009 at 14:45 (UTC)
  • Jonathan Jeon: last responded on 26, October 2009 at 21:54 (UTC)
  • Dick Bulterman: last responded on 27, October 2009 at 21:43 (UTC)
  • Douglas Schepers: last responded on 28, October 2009 at 20:45 (UTC)

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