See also: IRC log
Last week's minutes at http://www.w3.org/2012/03/27-aapi-minutes.html
<Char> Jason has already completed his action items
<Char> ACTION: Char to add last week's to-do items to wiki [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2012/04/03-aapi-minutes.html#action03]
Jason has added himself as editor to our latest doc
Jason discussing "inserted/deleted" options and how they work with screen readers before final version is released
Tags could be used to identify inserted and deleted tags. (Currently, cues are visual, but that doesn't work for screen readers.)
<Char> Jason added AXDateField and AXTimeField to specific date and time fields for the Mac.
<Char> Jason made a few more tweaks to display of details and summary. Instead of an arrow that toggles, a plus and minus sign control the information.
Jason also modified some of the colors for better contrast.
<Char> Char still has to convert the to-do list into two separate tables (to-do and completed).
<Char> Steve Faulkner asks if there is any plan for adding more information to the doc?
<Char> Jason hasn't been able to get in touch with James Craig from Apple (trying to reach out to someone else), and will contact Marko Zehe about Firefox.
Steve suggested that Jason contact Mozilla through their Accessibility IRC channel
<Char> ACTION: Steve will look for the gaps in the document and what we need to be looking at, and will come up with at least the start of a plan for getting the rest done. [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2012/04/03-aapi-minutes.html#action04]
<jkiss> davidb thx.
Steve says that there are two definitions for longdesc going around, and he needs to add it to our doc.
Cynthia says that IE's implementation has been around for a long time.
David discussed ARIA-DescribedBy, says it's treated like longdesc.
<davidb> in some cases ;)
<Char> Steve thinks that forcing a new window isn't a good idea (for longdesc)
David says that longdesc could be applied to other elements. (But people may have issues with doing this.)
<davidb> I lost connection
<davidb> go on without me :)
Steve thinks that we need a plan to populate the information (and know who will do what).
<Char> Cynthia says that we know who owns which columns (but that information needs to be transferred to the wiki).
ACTION: Char to find the minutes with the information and add it to the wiki. [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2012/04/03-aapi-minutes.html#action05]
(Information is in minutes from Jan 24 2012: Cynthia owns MSAA, Jason owns Mac, etc.)
ACTION: Jason will add Steve's information from webkit (for HTML5 elements). [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2012/04/03-aapi-minutes.html#action06]
ACTION: Cynthia will starting thinking about our long-term plans. [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2012/04/03-aapi-minutes.html#action07]
ACTION: Steve will ask Rich to submit bugs. [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2012/04/03-aapi-minutes.html#action08]
Webkit has added native landmark support for header and footer. (Similar to Mozilla.) Header is no longer a banner landmark; footer remains a content-info landmark.
<Char> This is an issue because the standard suggests that there should only be one content-info landmark per page.
ACTION: Jason to change stylesheet back [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2012/04/03-aapi-minutes.html#action09]
ACTION: Jason to change to "editor's draft" [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2012/04/03-aapi-minutes.html#action10]
ACTION: Jason to fix broken link and year (says "2011", not "2012") [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2012/04/03-aapi-minutes.html#action11]
(link is to editor's draft)
<Char> On phone: Cynthia Shelly, Steve Faulkner, Jason Kiss, Larry Weiss, Char James-Tanny, David Bolter