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Judy: EO input into specific WCAG Materials
the work statement - http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/2006/wcag2eowg_tf
Shawn: Lot of opportunity and
need to work on materials for WCAG 2.0
... Been very effective to use TF
... Everything still goes through EO
... WCAG WG would also give approval
... With this TF we want to get things out soon; more of a time commitment; will need for faster approval
... Around 4-6 hours a week
<judy> volunteers so far: harvey, henny, william, andrew, wayne
Judy: Things clear?
<Zakim> shawn, you wanted to ask about scheduling time to meet now
Judy: US Eastern Times - 9am, 4pm
<judy> and volunteer also: pasquale
<pasquale> yes, thank you judy
<judy> pasquale -- can you do a teleconference at 11pm???
<pasquale> ok, what day?
<shawn> all ok
<judy> pasquale, what about tuesday?
<pasquale> all the day go well; 11 pm is a good time for me ;-)
<shawn> fri - not for William & Andrew
monday, wed, thurs - good for all
Judy: Material that will be available
Andrew: Doesn't specify version number
Henny: Does it have an output once you check stuff? Or does it remove the note checked stuff? Its not a form.
William: I don't know what it is based on the title
Harvey: Very jargon at this point
Wayne: Customize the document based on what you check
William: Allows authors to create checklists
<judy> William: customizable what?
<judy> (e.g. customizable quick reference to what?)
Andrew: Is there a plan to have a customizable check list?
Justin: Because I have no feedback, i don't know when I have done something
<Harvey> Spell out what WCAG is in title
Andrew: It has more than WCAG
Jack: Looks like it would be a
really useful thing. I am not quite sure what my relationship
is to the guidelines
... My first reaction is to start playing around
Shawn: Henny what is your brain processed?
<Harvey> Presumption: awareness what Success Criteria at Levels 1,2,3 implies prior awareness of WCAG 1.0
Henny: I played around with the
checkboxes and went back to the introduction
... I am looking for the actual checklist itself
... I want to make things I can actually check off or not.
Jack: I started looking at this and the boxes with the checks. I was starting to figure that out first rather than reading the introduction.
Justin: For a developer, this is HUGE...may not be there 100% yet but it is great direction
<Harvey> First paragraph of Introduction is important. It gives motivation.
<Andrew> andrew: we should move the instruction to after the intro - but linked from the top & ToC
Shawn: Is it something people use
every once and a while or something they use all the time?
... There is a trade off between first time novice use and repeat use
William: Maybe be able to block out the introduction once your done
Wayne: Frequent use
Henny: Will be use frequently, needs to be a tool for newbies
Andrew: Will use frequently for a while, and less frequently and then come back occasionally
Shawn: Andrew mentioned it
doesn't talk about the version. It once had version used in the
... What if they talked about version used?
... Leaving it out?
Andrew: Id be comfortable with
rewording in the top three lines
... we can make it a little clearer.
Liam: Would be satisfied if there is a link from baseline word to baseline doc
Justin: Can we make it not linearized?
<Harvey> Introduction can identify purpose, with explanation of checklist idea.
Judy: What would you picture as the checklist?
Andrew: What was i expecting was
the WCAG 1.0 Checklist
... I just want the success criteria
Shawn: Seems like that would be pretty easy
Judy: Hope to make this available
Wayne: Have Checkboxes for show the format of the report...
Shawn: Show techniques and show
... were checkboxes
William: There is no place where i can load in my baseline and it will generate this for me.
Shadi: I am unsure how the tools
fit in. A lot of the tools already put in for reporting what
Andrew is talking about. They put in....It seems to be an
application building up here
... Seems maybe we over simplified it
Judy: Thanks for interest
Judy: Next Friday