See also: IRC log
<jkiss> rrsagent make logs public
<jkiss> scribe: jasonkiss
<jkiss> scribe: jkiss
Char: got to-do list finished last week
…to close an item, add the finished date, and Char will move it to the "Completed" table
Cynthia: do we need both bugzilla and the wiki to-do list?
Jason: bugzilla more for technical bug reports about specific mappings; to-do list more general tasks
Cynthia: Steve probably right one to add Actions and Events section to document
Larry: Most of document currently author focused. What are we considering for Actions and Events?
Cynthia: Need to add at least some information about what apis should do with specific actions
Larry: actually, need to ensure consistency in what ARIA will do
Cynthia: need to document what
works in HTML, and make sure browsers are doing same thing and
hooking this into apis to lay groundwork for ARIA 2
... running through tasks in to-do list...
<scribe> ACTION: Char to make copy edits to Overview based on original comments from late last year [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2012/04/17-html-aapi-minutes.html#action01]
<scribe> ACTION: Jason to provide Char instructions on making edits to Overview doc and using mercurial [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2012/04/17-html-aapi-minutes.html#action02]
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