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<shawn> trackbot, start meeting
<trackbot> Date: 30 October 2013
<shawn> scrbe: Andrew
<shawn> ATAG Overview: http://www.w3.org/WAI/intro/atag.php
Sharron: suggests we revisit overview and at-a-glance
<shawn> ATAG at a Glance: http://www.w3.org/WAI/intro/atag-glance
Sharron: and maybe others like 'selecting'
<shawn> wiki page for ATAG Overview comments: http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/wiki/ATAG_review#ATAG_Overview
<shawn> wiki page for ATAG at a Glance: http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/wiki/ATAG_review#ATAG_at_a_Glance
Shawn: sugegsts 'selecting' may
not be useful in its current form - word be a significant work
effort is we were to revise
... suggests Sharron check with Judy on history and potential issues
... may be more appropriate to remove to an archive status
Sharron: think we need some guidance on purchasing a tool
<Sharron> sharron to check with Judy about history.issues, and if the "Selecting" document should even remain live
Jeanne: would like to target implements and integrators
<Sharron> Jeanne: wants to target monster distibutors and local implementers, bang for the buck may come from creating accessible template
Jeanne: including template developers
<Sharron> Paul: UC primed to look for docs like this.The "Selecting" doc is needed or some kind of informaed buyers guide
Paul: having an informed 'buyers' guide would be incredibly useful in the higher education sector
Sharron: also a guide about accessible template requirements
Paul: VPATs are just a check - does it exist, rather than understanding what it might mean
Sharron: asks Paul to take a
first look at 'selecting' re what is useful to retain, what;'s
missing, what might need updating or ditching
... asks Wayne to look at 'at a glance'
Shawn: thinks 'at a glance' is
... thinks the 'overview' needs an 'elevator pitch' to help sell the story
... was updated in Sept, but good to take a fresh look in the light of promoting ATAG
Paul: which wiki page to store work on?
<shawn> ATAG review page <http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/wiki/ATAG_review>
<shawn> has all pages
Shawn: suggests we all take a look at the 'overview' with fresh eyes
Sharron: will take a first pass
at messages for the specific audiences for next week
... variations on the 'elevator pitch'
Jeanne: like the 'buyers guide'
... and looking forward to the 'elevator pitch'
... will try and get some of the working gp to start on template guideance
... looking forward to the outcomes
Sharron: lets meet weekly at this time for a while to check in and discuss progress
trackbot, end meeting
<jeanne> trackbot, end meeting
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