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1-2 March 2001 Face-to-Face Meeting of the User Agent Accessibility Guidelines Working Group at W3C (Cambridge, MA, USA)

Note: This meeting is part of a week of coordinated W3C Working Group meetings known as the Technical Plenary Week. On the Wednesday of that week, there will be a "Plenary Meeting" that all W3C Working Group participants are invited to attend. On the Thursday and Friday of that week, the UAWG will be holding a regular Working Group meeting. The UAWG may also meet with some other Working Groups for coordinated discussion on those two days.

Participation · Registration · Hosts · Hotels · Meals · Transportation · Joining by telephone · Preparation

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Participation is open to members of W3C/WAI's User Agent Accessibility Guidelines Working Group (UA WG) and to individuals interested in participating in and contributing to the efforts of the Working Group.

Any participants not already members of the UAWG should read the UAWG Charter and the how to join page, and send the requested information to Jon Gunderson, the Working Group Chair.

Expected face-to-face participants: Jon Gunderson, Ian Jacobs, Al Gilman, Rich Schwerdtfeger, Mickey Quenzer, Aaron Leventhal, Gregory Rosmaita, Harvey Bingham. We also hope that Denis Anson will be able to attend.

Expected telephone participants: David Poehlman, Tim Lacy, Jim Allan, Eric Hansen.


Since this meeting is part of the Technical Plenary week, registration is integrated with those events.


W3C is hosting the meeting at the Sonesta hotel in Cambridge.

5 Cambridge Parkway
Cambridge, MA 02142 USA
Reservations: +1 617.806.4255
Telephone: +1 617.806.4200


More information about Sonesta hotel reservations is available at the Technical Plenary week meeting page.


W3C will be providing lunches. Please plan for a Working Group meal on Thursday evening.


More information about transportation is available at the Technical Plenary week meeting page.

Joining by telephone

Please dial: (617) 761-6200, conference code 8294.

The bridge should be able to hold 4-5 participants.


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