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<scribe> scribe: Andi
Resolution: LC-1412, LC-1405, LC-1232, LC-1216 accepted as proposed by unanimous consent
LC-663, LC-722, LC-855, LC-907, LC-952, LC-999, LC-1004, LC-1005, LC-1177, LC-1181, LC-1184, LC-1185, LC-1186, LC-1189, LC-1191, LC-1261, LC-1262, Failure/SC inconsistency in 1.4.2 accepted as proposed via unanimous consent
resolution: accept LC-660 as amended
resolution: accept LC-685 as currently amended
resolution: accept LC-738 as proposed and fix two other bullets
resolution: accept LC-785 as currently revised
resolution: accept LC-793 as currently revised
resolution: accept LC-800 as currently written
<scribe> ACTION: Michael to talk to Shawn about what to do about techniques that are attached to guidelines, not success criteria [recorded in http://www.w3.org/WAI/GL/2006/07/06-wai-wcag-minutes.html#action01]
resolution: put LC-659 on hold to be addressed with other font legibility issues
resolution: accept LC-700 as proposed
resolution: accept LC-728 with Christophe's edit for the second to last sentence.
<scribe> ACTION: Gregg to check with Eric Hanson to clarify LC-741 [recorded in http://www.w3.org/WAI/GL/2006/07/06-wai-wcag-minutes.html#action02]
resolution: accept LC-741 as proposed
resolution: accept LC-774 as proposed
resolution: accept LC-743 as proposed except labeled "not accept"
resolution: revise 1.1.1 benefit to read, "People who are deaf, are hard of hearing, or who are having trouble understanding audio information for any reason can read the text presentation. Research is ongoing regarding automatic translation of text into sign language."
... revise 1.2.4 note to read, "Captions may be generated using real-time text translation service." (remove parenthetical)
resolution: accept LC-1163 as proposed
resolution: accept LC-1277 as proposed