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Results of Questionnaire EOWG Weekly Survey - 7 July 2017

The results of this questionnaire are available to anybody. In addition, answers are sent to the following email address: shawn@w3.org

This questionnaire was open from 2017-07-07 to 2017-07-21.

15 answers have been received.

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  1. Minutes and Resolutions of 7 July 2017
  2. Teams Approach to Resources and Projects
  3. Resource Editor / Project Lead Teams
  4. Review Teams
  5. WAI Site Style Guide
  6. Other Information to Share

1. Minutes and Resolutions of 7 July 2017

summary | by responder | by choice

Please read or skim the 7 July 2017 EOWG teleconference meeting minutes. Indicate your approval or concerns with the minutes and resolution(s) passed at that meeting. The  summary and the link to the full minutes is on the 2017 Minutes wiki page.

If you missed the teleconference, please indicate on the wiki page that you read the minutes — after [done], add your name and date.

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
Results
I was in the teleconference and I don't have any comments on the Resolutions or minutes. 11
I have reviewed the minutes and agree to the Resolutions passed. 3
I have reviewed the minutes but have concerns with the minutes or Resolutions, and I explain them below.
I have not read the minutes yet, and have put the date for my review into the comments box.

(1 response didn't contain an answer to this question)

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Responder Minutes and Resolutions of 7 July 2017Comments
Eric Eggert
Vivienne Conway
  • I was in the teleconference and I don't have any comments on the Resolutions or minutes.
Amanda Mace
  • I have reviewed the minutes and agree to the Resolutions passed.
Laura Keen
  • I was in the teleconference and I don't have any comments on the Resolutions or minutes.
Sylvie Duchateau
  • I have reviewed the minutes and agree to the Resolutions passed.
Howard Kramer
  • I was in the teleconference and I don't have any comments on the Resolutions or minutes.
Brent Bakken
  • I was in the teleconference and I don't have any comments on the Resolutions or minutes.
Norah Sinclair
  • I was in the teleconference and I don't have any comments on the Resolutions or minutes.
James Green
  • I have reviewed the minutes and agree to the Resolutions passed.
Shawn Henry
  • I was in the teleconference and I don't have any comments on the Resolutions or minutes.
Robert Jolly
  • I was in the teleconference and I don't have any comments on the Resolutions or minutes.
Kris Anne Kinney
  • I was in the teleconference and I don't have any comments on the Resolutions or minutes.
Sharron Rush
  • I was in the teleconference and I don't have any comments on the Resolutions or minutes.
Denis Boudreau
  • I was in the teleconference and I don't have any comments on the Resolutions or minutes.
Shadi Abou-Zahra
  • I was in the teleconference and I don't have any comments on the Resolutions or minutes.

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ChoiceResponders
I was in the teleconference and I don't have any comments on the Resolutions or minutes.
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Laura Keen
  • Howard Kramer
  • Brent Bakken
  • Norah Sinclair
  • Shawn Henry
  • Robert Jolly
  • Kris Anne Kinney
  • Sharron Rush
  • Denis Boudreau
  • Shadi Abou-Zahra
I have reviewed the minutes and agree to the Resolutions passed.
  • Amanda Mace
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • James Green
I have reviewed the minutes but have concerns with the minutes or Resolutions, and I explain them below.
I have not read the minutes yet, and have put the date for my review into the comments box.

2. Teams Approach to Resources and Projects

As discussed in the 7 July telecon, we are trying an approach where we have Editor/Lead Teams (2 people), and Review Teams (3+ people) to help as the resource/project develops. (All EOWG participants will continue to review and approve EOWG Resources before they are published.)

We have some work to wrap up the current charter work, and a major focus of the next charter is updating EOWG Resources along with the WAI site redesign. In order to achieve this in a timely manner, we are asking all participants to step up and lead in the effort.

Please see the Resources and Projects along with links and notes on type of work, effort, and timing in these two tables:

These are generally in priority/timing order, although we can tweak the order.

13 July update: See the results and note where we need additional contributors. Several people expressed interest in being a co-editor for multiple resources (thanks!), yet will only do one at a time — so even some that have 2+ editors listed in the survey results, will still another person to cover it. Please sign up for all that you are interested in/willing to help with.

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Responder Comments
Eric Eggert
Vivienne Conway
Amanda Mace
Laura Keen
Sylvie Duchateau
Howard Kramer
Brent Bakken
Norah Sinclair
James Green
Shawn Henry
Robert Jolly
Kris Anne Kinney
Sharron Rush
Denis Boudreau
Shadi Abou-Zahra

3. Resource Editor / Project Lead Teams

summary | by responder | by choice

From the following list, please select all of the resources that you would be interested in serving on the editor/lead team (team of 2 people). Include in Comments your top preferences, availability notes, etc. (Work that is not listed does not need additional editors at this time.)

Note: By selecting multiple resources it will be easier to make editor assignments. Also, when one resource is complete, we can assign you to the next highest priority resource. You will only be assigned to editor/lead on one resource at a time.

13 July update: Removed Tips and BAD that do not need co-editor.

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
Results
Web Accessibility Laws and Policies 1
Understanding WCAG 2.1 5
Intro to Accessibility 4
UI Components List 1
Mobile Accessibility Resources
Older User resources 1
Developing Presentations and Training 5
Presentations - update existing 5
Easy Checks 3
How People with Disability Use the Web 3
Translations 3
Presentations - develop new 4
Outreach campaigns 3
Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case for Your Organization 3
Selecting Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools 4
Evaluation resources: - Evaluation Approaches for Specific Contexts - Using Combined Expertise to Evaluate Web Accessibility - Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports 4
Selecting and Using Authoring Tools for Web Accessibility 1

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Responder Resource Editor / Project Lead TeamsComments
Eric Eggert
  • UI Components List
  • Translations
also Tutorials, and helping with other resources
Translations – German
Vivienne Conway
  • Understanding WCAG 2.1
  • Intro to Accessibility
  • Developing Presentations and Training
  • Easy Checks
  • Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case for Your Organization
  • Selecting Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools
  • Evaluation resources: - Evaluation Approaches for Specific Contexts - Using Combined Expertise to Evaluate Web Accessibility - Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports
I've ticked quite a few, but thankfully you way I'd only be on one at a time. My expertise is in digital accessibility evaluation, presentations and training, and working with business. So I'm happy to work on any that relate to this (one at a time of course :)
Amanda Mace
Laura Keen
  • Presentations - update existing
  • Selecting Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools
  • Evaluation resources: - Evaluation Approaches for Specific Contexts - Using Combined Expertise to Evaluate Web Accessibility - Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports
  • Selecting and Using Authoring Tools for Web Accessibility
Sylvie Duchateau
  • Understanding WCAG 2.1
  • Developing Presentations and Training
  • Easy Checks
  • How People with Disability Use the Web
  • Translations
these are all documents I am interested in contributing. But I am not sure feeling confortable in editing them alone.
Howard Kramer
  • Presentations - develop new
As per our previous charter discussions, I'm most interested in Curriculum/Training/Teaching material since that aligns with my grant. Not sure if that falls under Presentations - develop new or is considered a completely separate area.
Brent Bakken
  • Understanding WCAG 2.1
  • Intro to Accessibility
  • Developing Presentations and Training
  • Presentations - update existing
  • Presentations - develop new
  • Outreach campaigns
  • Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case for Your Organization
Don't know that I need to facilitate the Understandings Task Force (Happy to do so if needed) but definitely want to be on the Task Force.
Norah Sinclair
  • Understanding WCAG 2.1
  • Intro to Accessibility
  • Older User resources
  • Easy Checks
  • How People with Disability Use the Web
James Green
  • Translations
  • Selecting Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools
  • Evaluation resources: - Evaluation Approaches for Specific Contexts - Using Combined Expertise to Evaluate Web Accessibility - Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports
Shawn Henry Will work out my priorities with Co-Chairs and other W3C Staff.
Robert Jolly
  • Web Accessibility Laws and Policies
  • Presentations - update existing
  • Presentations - develop new
  • Outreach campaigns
Kris Anne Kinney
  • Presentations - update existing
Sharron Rush
  • Intro to Accessibility
  • Developing Presentations and Training
  • Outreach campaigns
  • Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case for Your Organization
Denis Boudreau
  • Understanding WCAG 2.1
  • Developing Presentations and Training
  • Presentations - update existing
  • Presentations - develop new
Shadi Abou-Zahra
  • How People with Disability Use the Web
  • Selecting Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools
  • Evaluation resources: - Evaluation Approaches for Specific Contexts - Using Combined Expertise to Evaluate Web Accessibility - Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports
Also "Better Web Browsing". Order of priority/availability:

- Evaluation resources
- Better Web Browsing
- How people use web

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ChoiceResponders
Web Accessibility Laws and Policies
  • Robert Jolly
Understanding WCAG 2.1
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • Brent Bakken
  • Norah Sinclair
  • Denis Boudreau
Intro to Accessibility
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Brent Bakken
  • Norah Sinclair
  • Sharron Rush
UI Components List
  • Eric Eggert
Mobile Accessibility Resources
Older User resources
  • Norah Sinclair
Developing Presentations and Training
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • Brent Bakken
  • Sharron Rush
  • Denis Boudreau
Presentations - update existing
  • Laura Keen
  • Brent Bakken
  • Robert Jolly
  • Kris Anne Kinney
  • Denis Boudreau
Easy Checks
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • Norah Sinclair
How People with Disability Use the Web
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • Norah Sinclair
  • Shadi Abou-Zahra
Translations
  • Eric Eggert
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • James Green
Presentations - develop new
  • Howard Kramer
  • Brent Bakken
  • Robert Jolly
  • Denis Boudreau
Outreach campaigns
  • Brent Bakken
  • Robert Jolly
  • Sharron Rush
Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case for Your Organization
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Brent Bakken
  • Sharron Rush
Selecting Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Laura Keen
  • James Green
  • Shadi Abou-Zahra
Evaluation resources: - Evaluation Approaches for Specific Contexts - Using Combined Expertise to Evaluate Web Accessibility - Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Laura Keen
  • James Green
  • Shadi Abou-Zahra
Selecting and Using Authoring Tools for Web Accessibility
  • Laura Keen

4. Review Teams

summary | by responder | by choice

From the following list, please select all of the resources that you would be interested in serving on the reviewer team (team of three or more).

Note: You may be assigned to up to three review teams at a time.

13 July update: Added Tips for Procuring.

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
Results
Web Accessibility Laws and Policies 4
Editorial guidelines 3
Accessible Media Tutorial 3
Mobile Accessibility Developers Intro 5
ARIA Developers Intro 4
Tips for Evaluating 9
Tips for Advocating 7
Tips for Procuring 4
BAD update 8
BAD instructions 8
Understanding WCAG 2.1 6
Intro to Accessibility 8
UI Components List 2
Mobile Accessibility Resources 4
Older User resources 4
Developing Presentations and Training 8
Presentations - update existing 5
Easy Checks 7
How People with Disability Use the Web 5
Translations 3
Presentations - develop new 6
Outreach campaigns 2
Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case for Your Organization 5
Selecting Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools 6
Evaluation resources: - Evaluation Approaches for Specific Contexts - Using Combined Expertise to Evaluate Web Accessibility - Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports 6
Selecting and Using Authoring Tools for Web Accessibility 3

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Responder Review TeamsComments
Eric Eggert
  • Editorial guidelines
  • Accessible Media Tutorial
  • Mobile Accessibility Developers Intro
  • ARIA Developers Intro
  • BAD update
  • BAD instructions
  • UI Components List
  • Easy Checks
  • Translations
Translations – German
Vivienne Conway
  • Web Accessibility Laws and Policies
  • Mobile Accessibility Developers Intro
  • Tips for Evaluating
  • Tips for Advocating
  • BAD update
  • BAD instructions
  • Understanding WCAG 2.1
  • Intro to Accessibility
  • Developing Presentations and Training
  • Presentations - update existing
  • Easy Checks
  • Presentations - develop new
  • Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case for Your Organization
  • Selecting Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools
  • Evaluation resources: - Evaluation Approaches for Specific Contexts - Using Combined Expertise to Evaluate Web Accessibility - Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports
Amanda Mace
  • ARIA Developers Intro
  • Intro to Accessibility
  • Evaluation resources: - Evaluation Approaches for Specific Contexts - Using Combined Expertise to Evaluate Web Accessibility - Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports
Laura Keen
  • BAD update
  • BAD instructions
  • Easy Checks
  • Selecting Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools
  • Evaluation resources: - Evaluation Approaches for Specific Contexts - Using Combined Expertise to Evaluate Web Accessibility - Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports
  • Selecting and Using Authoring Tools for Web Accessibility
Sylvie Duchateau
  • Web Accessibility Laws and Policies
  • Accessible Media Tutorial
  • Tips for Evaluating
  • BAD update
  • BAD instructions
  • Understanding WCAG 2.1
  • Intro to Accessibility
  • Mobile Accessibility Resources
  • Developing Presentations and Training
  • Easy Checks
  • How People with Disability Use the Web
  • Translations
Howard Kramer
  • Tips for Evaluating
  • BAD update
  • BAD instructions
  • Developing Presentations and Training
  • Presentations - develop new
Brent Bakken
  • Accessible Media Tutorial
  • Tips for Evaluating
  • Tips for Advocating
  • BAD update
  • BAD instructions
  • Understanding WCAG 2.1
  • Intro to Accessibility
  • Older User resources
  • Developing Presentations and Training
  • Presentations - update existing
  • Presentations - develop new
  • Outreach campaigns
  • Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case for Your Organization
Norah Sinclair
  • BAD update
  • BAD instructions
  • Understanding WCAG 2.1
  • Intro to Accessibility
  • Older User resources
  • Easy Checks
  • How People with Disability Use the Web
James Green
  • Web Accessibility Laws and Policies
  • Tips for Evaluating
  • Tips for Advocating
  • Understanding WCAG 2.1
  • Intro to Accessibility
  • Developing Presentations and Training
  • Presentations - update existing
  • How People with Disability Use the Web
  • Translations
  • Presentations - develop new
  • Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case for Your Organization
  • Selecting Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools
  • Evaluation resources: - Evaluation Approaches for Specific Contexts - Using Combined Expertise to Evaluate Web Accessibility - Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports
Shawn Henry Will work out my priorities with Co-Chairs and other W3C Staff.
Robert Jolly
  • Editorial guidelines
  • Mobile Accessibility Developers Intro
  • ARIA Developers Intro
  • Tips for Evaluating
  • Tips for Advocating
  • Tips for Procuring
  • Mobile Accessibility Resources
  • Older User resources
  • Easy Checks
  • Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case for Your Organization
  • Selecting Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools
  • Evaluation resources: - Evaluation Approaches for Specific Contexts - Using Combined Expertise to Evaluate Web Accessibility - Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports
  • Selecting and Using Authoring Tools for Web Accessibility
My assumption is that all of these won't be happening simultaneously. :)
Kris Anne Kinney
  • Intro to Accessibility
  • Developing Presentations and Training
Sharron Rush
  • Editorial guidelines
  • Mobile Accessibility Developers Intro
  • ARIA Developers Intro
  • Tips for Evaluating
  • Tips for Advocating
  • Tips for Procuring
  • BAD update
  • BAD instructions
  • Understanding WCAG 2.1
  • Intro to Accessibility
  • Mobile Accessibility Resources
  • Developing Presentations and Training
  • Presentations - update existing
  • Easy Checks
  • How People with Disability Use the Web
  • Presentations - develop new
  • Outreach campaigns
  • Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case for Your Organization
  • Selecting Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools
  • Selecting and Using Authoring Tools for Web Accessibility
Denis Boudreau
  • Web Accessibility Laws and Policies
  • Tips for Evaluating
  • Tips for Advocating
  • Tips for Procuring
  • Developing Presentations and Training
  • Presentations - update existing
  • Presentations - develop new
Shadi Abou-Zahra
  • Mobile Accessibility Developers Intro
  • Tips for Evaluating
  • Tips for Advocating
  • Tips for Procuring
  • UI Components List
  • Mobile Accessibility Resources
  • Older User resources
  • How People with Disability Use the Web
  • Selecting Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools
  • Evaluation resources: - Evaluation Approaches for Specific Contexts - Using Combined Expertise to Evaluate Web Accessibility - Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports

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ChoiceResponders
Web Accessibility Laws and Policies
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • James Green
  • Denis Boudreau
Editorial guidelines
  • Eric Eggert
  • Robert Jolly
  • Sharron Rush
Accessible Media Tutorial
  • Eric Eggert
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • Brent Bakken
Mobile Accessibility Developers Intro
  • Eric Eggert
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Robert Jolly
  • Sharron Rush
  • Shadi Abou-Zahra
ARIA Developers Intro
  • Eric Eggert
  • Amanda Mace
  • Robert Jolly
  • Sharron Rush
Tips for Evaluating
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • Howard Kramer
  • Brent Bakken
  • James Green
  • Robert Jolly
  • Sharron Rush
  • Denis Boudreau
  • Shadi Abou-Zahra
Tips for Advocating
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Brent Bakken
  • James Green
  • Robert Jolly
  • Sharron Rush
  • Denis Boudreau
  • Shadi Abou-Zahra
Tips for Procuring
  • Robert Jolly
  • Sharron Rush
  • Denis Boudreau
  • Shadi Abou-Zahra
BAD update
  • Eric Eggert
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Laura Keen
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • Howard Kramer
  • Brent Bakken
  • Norah Sinclair
  • Sharron Rush
BAD instructions
  • Eric Eggert
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Laura Keen
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • Howard Kramer
  • Brent Bakken
  • Norah Sinclair
  • Sharron Rush
Understanding WCAG 2.1
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • Brent Bakken
  • Norah Sinclair
  • James Green
  • Sharron Rush
Intro to Accessibility
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Amanda Mace
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • Brent Bakken
  • Norah Sinclair
  • James Green
  • Kris Anne Kinney
  • Sharron Rush
UI Components List
  • Eric Eggert
  • Shadi Abou-Zahra
Mobile Accessibility Resources
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • Robert Jolly
  • Sharron Rush
  • Shadi Abou-Zahra
Older User resources
  • Brent Bakken
  • Norah Sinclair
  • Robert Jolly
  • Shadi Abou-Zahra
Developing Presentations and Training
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • Howard Kramer
  • Brent Bakken
  • James Green
  • Kris Anne Kinney
  • Sharron Rush
  • Denis Boudreau
Presentations - update existing
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Brent Bakken
  • James Green
  • Sharron Rush
  • Denis Boudreau
Easy Checks
  • Eric Eggert
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Laura Keen
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • Norah Sinclair
  • Robert Jolly
  • Sharron Rush
How People with Disability Use the Web
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • Norah Sinclair
  • James Green
  • Sharron Rush
  • Shadi Abou-Zahra
Translations
  • Eric Eggert
  • Sylvie Duchateau
  • James Green
Presentations - develop new
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Howard Kramer
  • Brent Bakken
  • James Green
  • Sharron Rush
  • Denis Boudreau
Outreach campaigns
  • Brent Bakken
  • Sharron Rush
Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case for Your Organization
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Brent Bakken
  • James Green
  • Robert Jolly
  • Sharron Rush
Selecting Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Laura Keen
  • James Green
  • Robert Jolly
  • Sharron Rush
  • Shadi Abou-Zahra
Evaluation resources: - Evaluation Approaches for Specific Contexts - Using Combined Expertise to Evaluate Web Accessibility - Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports
  • Vivienne Conway
  • Amanda Mace
  • Laura Keen
  • James Green
  • Robert Jolly
  • Shadi Abou-Zahra
Selecting and Using Authoring Tools for Web Accessibility
  • Laura Keen
  • Robert Jolly
  • Sharron Rush

5. WAI Site Style Guide

In order to be more consistent with the content (especially with multiple editors), we are expanding the WAI Style Guide for Editors to adhere to when editing existing or creating new content.

Draft Style Guide

Please look over the draft Style Guide and suggest additions, edits, or clarification that you feel should be included.

Please send comments to wai-eo-editors@w3.org with subject: [style guide]..., or list your comments in the comments field below.

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
Results
I have sent comments to wai-eo-editors@w3.org or added them to the comment field below. 5
I have no additions or edits at this time. 10

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Responder WAI Site Style GuideComments
Eric Eggert I have sent comments to wai-eo-editors@w3.org or added them to the comment field below. I might send more by the time the survey ends.
Vivienne Conway I have no additions or edits at this time.
Amanda Mace I have no additions or edits at this time.
Laura Keen I have no additions or edits at this time.
Sylvie Duchateau I have no additions or edits at this time.
Howard Kramer I have no additions or edits at this time.
Brent Bakken I have no additions or edits at this time. I have not had a chance to review thoroughly, but will do so in the next week.
Norah Sinclair I have sent comments to wai-eo-editors@w3.org or added them to the comment field below. I like the style guide very much. It is one of the most to the point and helpful such guides I have seen. One suggestion:
email is becoming more the standard than e-mail:
http://grammarist.com/style/e-mail-email/
James Green I have sent comments to wai-eo-editors@w3.org or added them to the comment field below. [I feel strongly about the following]

I think the style guide needs to add strong preference for brevity and use of bullets over paragraphs along with adding some visual content as appropriate. This needs to be mentioned specifically in a new section so editors are clear that their primary job is to try to cut half of the sentences and half of the words while adding some visual content to create visual anchors and break things up more. (Remember the 3 issues this project is tackling are the out-of-date visual design, findability, and the **wall-of-text effect**.) The style guide itself, much like many of our resources, tends to try to explain things with many examples, leading to long, wordy, complex, rambling, unnecessarily verbose sentences.

From the style guide: "From Technical Reports and Publications to How-To guides for implementation to documents that help human beings make sense of complex technical specifications, the tone of the presentations may vary considerably. In general WAI documents will have a tone that is welcoming, encouraging, and even inspiring around web accessibility. Materials should educate people without patronizing or confusing them and should be as plain spoken, jargon-free, and straight forward as possible."

I applaud the obvious goal of comprehensiveness and clarity, but each of those sentences has a set of 3 comma separated examples. The last sentence has a second set of 3 things for a reader to parse. Less is more when writing for the web.

As an example of what I think the style guide needs to communicate about the editing tasks ahead of us, I would rewrite the section to say "Given the various types of documents, tone may vary; however in general, WAI documents will have a tone that is welcoming, encouraging, and inspiring. Materials should be straight-forward, and educate without patronizing, using plain language with a reading level on average of 10th grade." and even use that rewrite as an example of what we want people to do.

If we can pull maybe 5 sentences from existing resource and do that to them and include that in the new section, it would help a lot.
Shawn Henry I have no additions or edits at this time. Happy for it to be a "living resource" that addresses issues as they come up -- and it not clutter it with unnecessary info (now or later).
Robert Jolly I have no additions or edits at this time.
Kris Anne Kinney I have no additions or edits at this time.
Sharron Rush I have sent comments to wai-eo-editors@w3.org or added them to the comment field below.
Denis Boudreau I have sent comments to wai-eo-editors@w3.org or added them to the comment field below. Add something on passive vs active voice as mentioned on the call. Some resource: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/539/02/.
Shadi Abou-Zahra I have no additions or edits at this time. See minutes for some comments on the version at the time.

6. Other Information to Share

Feel free to put here things such as:

  • What you worked on for EOWG this week.
  • What you would like EOWG folks to know.
  • Information or questions for EOWG planning — for upcoming teleconferences, future work planning, etc.

(Note that the results of this survey are available publicly, so what you put here can be seen by all. :)

Work for upcoming EOWG teleconferences: If you have upcoming work, please describe what you want to bring to the group in the comment field below. Send any draft material to team-eo-plan@w3.org by Tuesday if possible.
Please plan to join the EO-Planning meeting to prepare for Friday EOWG meeting:
Thursday - 8am CT / 9am ET / 3pm CET
WebEx Link or Audio connection: +1-617-324-0000 US Toll Number, Meeting number: 314 241 816 Passcode: (same as main EOWG teleconference)

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Responder Other Information to Share
Eric Eggert
Vivienne Conway
Amanda Mace
Laura Keen I'm also willing to help migrate content or pick up front end development work.
Sylvie Duchateau
Howard Kramer
Brent Bakken
Norah Sinclair
James Green I'm on PTO this week so i'm not attending meetings but I'm tracking along with minutes and surveys.
Shawn Henry getting charter through hoops to AC Review!
Robert Jolly I worked on updates to Policies (review, edit, and commit changes in GitHub). Additional updates to Policies will be made this week (today and tomorrow) and then looking forward to additional team members to help with editing and reviewing the policies resource.
Kris Anne Kinney
Sharron Rush
Denis Boudreau
Shadi Abou-Zahra

More details on responses

  • Eric Eggert: last responded on 8, July 2017 at 09:02 (UTC)
  • Vivienne Conway: last responded on 10, July 2017 at 04:05 (UTC)
  • Amanda Mace: last responded on 10, July 2017 at 04:45 (UTC)
  • Laura Keen: last responded on 10, July 2017 at 18:21 (UTC)
  • Sylvie Duchateau: last responded on 11, July 2017 at 10:51 (UTC)
  • Howard Kramer: last responded on 12, July 2017 at 04:01 (UTC)
  • Brent Bakken: last responded on 12, July 2017 at 17:54 (UTC)
  • Norah Sinclair: last responded on 12, July 2017 at 21:08 (UTC)
  • James Green: last responded on 13, July 2017 at 05:42 (UTC)
  • Shawn Henry: last responded on 13, July 2017 at 14:44 (UTC)
  • Robert Jolly: last responded on 13, July 2017 at 14:57 (UTC)
  • Kris Anne Kinney: last responded on 13, July 2017 at 19:00 (UTC)
  • Sharron Rush: last responded on 13, July 2017 at 21:35 (UTC)
  • Denis Boudreau: last responded on 15, July 2017 at 15:42 (UTC)
  • Shadi Abou-Zahra: last responded on 19, July 2017 at 07:50 (UTC)

Non-responders

The following persons have not answered the questionnaire:

  1. Judy Brewer <jbrewer@w3.org>
  2. Geoff Freed <geoff_freed@wgbh.org>
  3. Eric Velleman <e.velleman@accessibility.nl>
  4. Andrew Arch <andrew@intopia.digital>
  5. Kazuhito Kidachi <k-kidachi@mitsue.co.jp>
  6. Wayne Dick <wayneedick@gmail.com>
  7. David Sloan <dsloan@paciellogroup.com>
  8. Mary Jo Mueller <maryjom@us.ibm.com>
  9. Vicki Menezes Miller <menezesmiller@conceptivity.ch>
  10. Reinaldo Ferraz <reinaldo@nic.br>
  11. Bill Kasdorf <kasdorf.bill@gmail.com>
  12. Jan McSorley <jan.mcsorley@pearson.com>
  13. Kevin Rydberg <kry@siteimprove.com>
  14. Adina Halter <adina_halter@comcast.com>
  15. Rachel Comerford <Rachel.Comerford@macmillan.com>
  16. Sarah Pulis <sarah@intopia.digital>
  17. Bill Tyler <bill@billtyler.net>
  18. Chris O'Brien <chris.obrien@ami.ca>
  19. Mitchell Evan <mitchell.evan@ssbbartgroup.com>
  20. Jes Pulido <jesus.pulido@amac.gatech.edu>
  21. Ruoxi Ran <ran@w3.org>
  22. Jennifer Chadwick <jcha@siteimprove.com>
  23. Sean Kelly <lensmonkey@gmail.com>
  24. Lewis Phillips <lp795e@att.com>
  25. Ash Harris <ash@akeaweb.com>
  26. Kim Hodges <kim@akeaweb.com>
  27. Dena Wainwright <dena.a.wainwright@wellsfargo.com>
  28. Richard Steinberg <richard.steinberg@wellsfargo.com>
  29. Estella Oncins <estella.oncins@uab.cat>
  30. Daniel Montalvo <dmontalvo@w3.org>
  31. Hidde de Vries <hidde@w3.org>
  32. Helen Burge <helen.burge@deque.com>

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