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<Loretta> Not looking too promising for a scribe...
<bengt> 2 of them 703
<scribe> scribe: David
<ben> ack +1
<Zakim> MichaelC_IAD, you wanted to say (via IRC only) my major concern with the B proposals is there aren't parallels for AA and AAA
Resolution: Accept #3 proposal as written on conformance
<Zakim> MichaelC_IAD, you wanted to say (in IRC) that at L1 we should provide basic access, and at L2 look towards providing a more equivalent experience
<ben> ack ??P1
<Zakim> MichaelC_IAD, you wanted to say I agree with movies vs books issue, but still feel it's difference between L1 and L2
Resolution: accept 1283, 1382 as proposed
Resolution: Accept LC-628, LC-942, LC-1053: Level of SC 2.4.6
Resolution: accept 608 as amended
<Loretta> WCAG is a set of guidelines for general use pages. WCAG 2 has been written assuming that authors can produce a single version of the content that could be made accessible to everyone, although assistive technology may be needed to transform the content into an appropriate rendering. Because of the danger of excluding people with multiple disabilities, the working group has been reluctant to...
<Loretta> We agree that there should be an activity that focuses on how to create pages just for people with learning disabilities. That is beyond the scope of WCAG itself. But we hope that related activities can develop techniques for content designed specifically for people with different cognitive, learning, and language disabilities. This would be important to determining whether we can achieve a...
<Loretta> ...require multiple versions of content targeted to different audiences. We are also concerned about the privacy issues involved in requiring people to self declare disabilities in order to get suitably tailored output. The guidelines permit alternate versions of web pages, but do not require them.
<Loretta> ...single version of content that is accessible to all, or whether multiple versions of content would be needed.
Resolution: LC-865: alternate SC for people with learning disabilities, as amended
<Loretta> We have attempted to make our processes and documents more accessible, but recognize that they have a long way to go. We have limited tools and resources and are open to specific suggestions for improvement.
Resolution: accept 877 accessibility of WCAG processes as amended
... accept LC-878: British Standards Institute submission, as amended
Resolution: accept > Topic: LC-1085 LC-1085, LC-1237, LC-1286: Wording and level of SC 1.4.2, as amended adding back in 3 seconds and moving to level 1
Resolution: accept 840 (General concern about Principle 3) as amended
<Loretta> Using images, illustrations, video, audio, or symbols to illustrate content.
Resolution: add an advisory technique for GL 3.1, Using images, illustrations, video, audio, or symbols to clarify meaning.
Resolution: accept advisory technique for for GL 3.1: provide examples
Resolution: Add an advisory technique: Avoiding text that is fully justified (to both left and right margins) in a way that causes poor spacing between words or characters
Resolution: Add as an advisory technique to GL 3.1 and SC 1.3.3: Using left-justified text for languages that are written left to right.
Resolution: Add as an advisory technique to GL 3.1 and SC 1.3.3: Using appropriate justification for languages that are written right-to-left.
Resolution: Add as an advisory technique to GL 3.1: Limiting text column width.
... not accept the advisory technique to GL 3.1: Using a san-serif font
... Add as an advisory technique to GL 3.1, SC 1.4.1, SC 1.4.4: Using a light pastel background rather than a white background behind black text.
... Add as an advisory technique to GL 3.1: Highlighting a link or control when the mouse hovers over it.
... Add as an advisory technique to GL 3.1: Avoiding the use of unique interface controls unnecessarily
<Loretta> Canwe finish this survey, pick up the unanimous consent items, then stop?
<Loretta> One more question after this one on this survey.
<Christophe> The BIENE version I'm referring to says: check if upper and lower case are used according to the rules of orthography.
Resolution: Resolution: Add as an advisory technique to GL 3.1: Using upper and lower case according to the spelling rules of the text language.
... Add as an advisory technique to GL 3.1: Avoiding unusual foreign words. Note: that we will define unusual.
... accepted unanimous 1250, 1032, 1031, 1129, 528, 958, 818 as is
... accept 1247 by unanimous consent
<Loretta> Andi, I wish we had reached your proposal about AsCT.