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<trackbot> Date: 19 April 2012
<janina> trackbot, start meeting
<trackbot> Meeting: HTML Accessibility Task Force Teleconference
<trackbot> Date: 19 April 2012
<janina> Meeting: HTML-A11Y Task Force Teleconference
<janina> Scribe: Steve_Faulkner
<Judy> summary: general discussion, including updates on the following:
<Judy> scribe: judy
<scribe> chair: janina
- on issue 204 (aria hidden), cynthia is taking in a few addition comments from list discussion and other CP's; paul notes that the html co-chair review of this will start within 24 hours, and encourages rapid stabilization; john will likely be withdrawing his in deference to Laura's..
<janina> Cynthia's (and PF's) is:
paul: the co-chairs were expecting to review laura's
<janina> Laura's CP, also based on John's, is at:
janina: cynthia is representing the aria tf on their proposal, which was what the tf expected
paul: we hadn't received an announcement of cynthia's cp
janina: i announced this yesterday evening
paul: janina this is exactly right, sorry for missing it.
judy: encourages further convergence of CP's on this today, on behalf of a clear TF position
general discussion on how to pursue more convergence on 204....
janina: requests more background on media issue
paul: relates to adaptive streaming, may be another survey forthcoming
janina: thx for update
judy: good opportunity to state the accessibility issues
cynthia: long history of accessibility issues with DRM; ways to solve it, but needs consideration; the specific issue is screen reader blockage. public domain ebooks have better addressed this.
janina: worked w/ Library of Congress on security issues on accessibility and DRM
paul: the survey is about creating a TF, and you should get info together on that and put it onto the html wg list
cynthia: accessibility media group should send use cases
<janina> scribe: janina
cyns: I will add info re title to
my I204 CP
... Also, I'll add an explanation of why A11Y APIs flatten ml to text strings
... And, I'll add an explanation that this flattening happens whether or not content is hidden--that hidden has nothing to do with the flattening.
janina: I'll make sure Rich knows
about the HTML Chair review of I199, and ask whether an
opportunity to incorporate Ted O'connor's CP concerns
... Also, we need to look at the I194 (text transcript on media elements) review
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