WAI UA Telecon for April 25th, 2000
Chair: Ian Jacobs
Date: Tuesday, April 25th
Time: 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm Eastern Standard Time, USA
Call-in: Longfellow Bridge (+1) (617) 252-1038
- Special joint UA/WC telecon on markup for navigation
- Notice of Proposed
Rulemaking: Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Standards
by the United States ARCHITECTURAL AND TRANSPORTATION BARRIERS COMPLIANCE
BOARD. Comments will
be accepted until May 30th
PR#278: Definition of "content", etc
Use DOM level 1 , if DOM level 2 recommendation is not ready in time
Checkpoint 4.7: Change to P2 since arbitrary repositioning not a requirement.
Difficult to know when a UA has conformed.
Checkpoint 7.6: What does "structure" mean here?
Do we need to say "alt equivs that have been marked up as such" in
2.1 and 2.5?
Interpretation checkpoint 2.1
Chair: Ian Jacobs
Scribe: Ian Jacobs
Rich Schwerdtfeger (after 45 mins)
Mark Novak (briefly)
Jim Allan Charles
- IJ: Draft a preliminary executive summary/mini-FAQ for developers. (No
- CMN: Propose a technique that explains how serialization plus navigation
would suffice for Checkpoint 8.1.
- DA: Send name of new organization to list that was mentioned by some from
the US Census Bureau
- DA: Review techniques for Guidelines 7 and 8
- DA: Get confirmation that the numbers for checkpoint 4.5 make sense
- DB: Get Tim Lacy to review G+
- GR: Look into which checkpoints would benefit from audio examples in the
- GR: Review techniques for Sections 3.7 and 3.8
- GR: Send to list screen shot of JFW Window list.
- MQ: Review techniques for Guidelines 9 and 10
- MR: Send URI to Micrsoft's implementation of synchronized audio/video
slowing down to the list
- RS, AG: Take notification of focus and view changes to PF as possible DOM 3
- IJ: Update document based on 4/25/00 telecon resolutions
- IJ: Contact MR on importance of arbitrary repostioning in Checkpoint 4.7
- WG: Read EH's proposal related to content
- IJ: Propose new 4.15 and 4.16 to list
- AG: Propose wording that will encompass needs to reposition text
- AG: Propose a statement suitable for defining minimum requirements for