W3C User Agent Teleconference for 3 November 2005

3 Nov 2005

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[IBM], Jim_Allan, Jan_Richards
Charles, McCathieNevile




<jallan> uaag/roadmap table http://www.tsbvi.edu/technology/uawg/roadmap.htm

JA: Who's going to tech plen.

<jallan> Who is going to Tech Plenary in France.

JR: Too late to request a mtg.

CL: Can't go without official mtg.

3. Begin planning for review of WCAG 2.0 draft

JA: WCAG to publish next week.
... Can we devote some time to it - especially "baseline statement"

CL: A couple of IBMers in WCAG...
... Might be able to share some of their reservations.

JA: Jon Gunderson might be able to join to explain his reservations.
... Will take up on Nov. 17 mtg

2. Update initial pass of UAAG/Roadmap mapping

JA: So just added second column "Related UAAG Checkpoints"

URL: http://www.tsbvi.edu/technology/uawg/roadmap.htm

Roadmap is being developed in PF to extend HTML to XHTML to some of the new features in XHTML 2.0(?)

<jallan> roadmap in PF http://www.w3.org/WAI/PF/roadmap/DHTMLRoadmap092305.html

looking over roadmap....

CL: Maybe caret change doesn't fall under events.

JA: Why is roadmap interested in Caret Change?

CL: There are checkpoints related to selection...under Guidline 5

9.1, 9.3, 9.7 relevant caret change, and remove 1.2

CL: State change - 1.2 may apply, also 6.4

Value change: 6.4 and 6.1

Selection: 10.2 is relevant

Mutation: maybe some of same as value change

1.2 should go under mutation as well

CL: 1.1 and 1.7 ok for sel. change
... 6.6 should be on any of the "change" items
... 9.6 for "Access to the available event handlers for enumerating the actions"
... They are talking about keyboad, mouse, onfocus handlers

6.5 should be under State Change and Value Change

JA: Can continuously update the.

Zakim the is this

Summary of Action Items

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