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resolution: accept all survey items where everybody had the same opinion or had the sam opinion with purely editorial comments.
<ben> accepted survey items mentioned above include issues 1795, 986, 1836, 1874, 1800 and 1802
resolution: accept proposal for issue 561 minus the sentence about UAAG.
... add boneyard item to 2.1.1 to address optional technique on using the most abstract event handler.
<scribe> ACTION: Gregg to make sure issue and survey comments for 2.1.1 are covered in the intent section. [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2006/01/12-wai-wcag-irc]
resolution: close issue 986 with proposed comment
... answers on survey should be "accept", "accept with modifications", and "accept with other"
... close with comment "Content must be designed to support operation via keyboard or keyboard interface, and authors should use technologies (see definition in Glossary) that support this capability."
... modify previous resolution "answers on survey should be "accept", "accept with modifications", and "other"
... delete sc 3.1.6 (duplicate of 2.4.7)
... close 1700 with comment "covered by 2.4.7"
... close issue 1740, include examples from 2.1.2 intent section in response
... close issue 1740, some functionality cannot be done with keyboard, Level 3 is where we put things that don't apply to most websites, include examples from 2.1.2 intent.
... for issue 1804, keep "analog" as the term, accept item 2 in the proposal, substituting "analog" for "continuous"
... leave 1829 open, editors need to look at a way to include something in the "how to meet" document regarding Access Keys. Need to say something because it was in WCAG 1.0.
... close issue 1837 - after extensive discussion, WG has decided this exception should exist at Level 1.
<scribe> ACTION: Gregg to followup on Becky's suggestion to put something in "how to meet" for gl 2.1.1 explaining why the exception is worded that way. [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2006/01/12-wai-wcag-irc]
resolution: close issue 1873, delete the note about MouseKeys, move MouseKeys exception to the definition of keyboard interface by adding the following phrase "Keyboard operated mouse emulation software, such as MouseKeys, does not qualify because it emulates a mouse interface and is not a keyboard interface."
<Judy> task force authority under W3C Process document:
<Judy> task authority under WCAG WG charter:
<Judy> already approved techniques task force:
<Judy> which, with the following edits, would enable you to draft techniques
<Judy> 1. Add status line "This document is being revised and is under review by the WCAG WG."
<Judy> 2. Objective: "In the sentence, "The objective is...." remove "technology-specific"
<Judy> 3. Communication: Replace last four bullets with "teleconferences and/or face-to-face meetings if necessary and approved by WCAG WG"
<Judy> 4. Participation: After "Task force participants" add "*must* have joined the WCAG WG"
<Judy> 5. Participation: Remove first three bulleted items.
<Judy> 6. W3C Team Leadership: Replace current with "The Task Force is facilitated by Gregg Vanderheiden and John Slatin, Co-Chairs of WCAG WG, with Judy Brewer available for consultation as interim team contact."
resolution: accept definition of "variations in presentations in text"
... working examples are allowed in techniques but not required. No work should be delayed due to lack of working examples.