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<scribe> scribe: Alastair
<alastairc> The change (refinement) is making it clearer that a conformance claim should say when an SC is not applicable.
Resolution: All accept "not applicable" wording at: http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/w3c-wai-au/2011JanMar/0052.html
<alastairc> \me just got static now...
<alastairc> Q: Can we rule out lower level tools that can't be fixed later in the process?
<alastairc> Jan: Maybe needs another document?
<alastairc> E.g. Geographical systems that don't provide accessible input/output
<alastairc> Jan: Consideration about how to include 'author awareness' in some form. Will put this into a survey early this week.
<scribe> ACTION: Alastair to look into other national standards links [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2011/02/28-au-minutes.html#action01]
<trackbot> Created ACTION-324 - Look into other national standards links [on Alastair Campbell - due 2011-03-07].
@There are two ways to meet this success criterion. For option (a), the authoring tool renders the alternatives in conjunction with the rendered time-based content. For example, a captioned video would have its captions displayed when it played. This approach is preferable, since it does not require authors to switch applications. For option (b), the authoring tool may instead provide...
scribe: authors with the option
of rendering their content in a user agent that is able to
render the alternatives. While this is not ideal from a
usability perspective, it is necessary because alternatives are
sometimes provided in different modalities that authoring tools
are not equipped to render. For example, an audio editor might
allow authors to edit the waveform of the audio file
... render (i.e., play) the resulting audio files. However, the audio editor might not BE equipped to render video, so if an audio file includes an alternative that is a sign language file in video format, the audio editor will need assistance in rendering the file.
Resolution: All accept new Intent
of Success Criterion A.2.1.2:
... All accept: Examples of Success Criterion A.2.1.2:
... All accept wording @Undo queue: An authoring tool saves author actions in a "last-in-last-out" queue.
... All accept: @The note acknowledges that there are automatic behaviors that may be specified by other parties, and that author actions may purposefully or inadvertently affect the accessibility of the content generated later.
... All accept: @Email archive: An automatic email archiving system automatically creates web pages from each email message that it receives. It has been designed to generate accessible markup, but if email messages contain accessibility problems, the archiving system is not able to rectify them.
@Social networking application: A social networking application collects some limited information from authors (e.g. name, gender, status updates, etc.) which it uses to personalize an automatically generated web application that meets the requirements of WCAG.
Resolution: All accept @Social networking application: A social networking application collects some limited information from authors (e.g. name, gender, status updates, etc.) which it uses to personalize an automatically generated web application that meets the requirements of WCAG.
JR: There is no judgement implied regarding the accessibility of formats?
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