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<trackbot> Date: 04 June 2009
Resolution: Next meeting June 25
... and following meeting July 2 as normal
<Loretta> Accessibility support for sufficient techniques differs for different languages and audiences; these techniques are only sufficient when they have accessibility support.
Resolution: ack Bruce
<Loretta> Accessibility support for sufficient techniques may vary across languages; these techniques are only sufficient when they have accessibility support.
<Loretta> Each numbered item in this section represents a technique or combination of techniques that the WCAG Working Group deems sufficient for meeting this Success Criterion. The techniques listed only satisfy the Success Criterion if all of the WCAG 2.0 conformance requirements have been met.
<scribe> ACTION: Loretta and Christophe to work on additional boilerplate language about accessibility support [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2009/06/04-wai-wcag-irc]
<trackbot> Created ACTION-33 - And Christophe to work on additional boilerplate language about accessibility support [on Loretta Guarino Reid - due 2009-06-11].
Resolution: amend proposal to say "A technique must have accessibility support from at least one OS/browser/AT combination before the working group would consider listing it as a sufficient technique."
... accept proposal as amended
Resolution: accepted as proposed
Resolution: take Bruce's comments on functional equivalence and signficant editorial issues and Ben's comment on styling and submit as WG comments on ATAG