Cognitive Accessibility Task Force Teleconference

04 Aug 2014

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JohnRochford, Kunshuk, Susann_Keohane, janina, KateDeibel, Tony_Doran, Michael_Cooper, [GVoice]


<trackbot> Date: 04 August 2014

<janina> Meeting:The Cognitive Accessibility Task Force Teleconference

<janina> agenda: this

I can't scribe today. Must leave call at 12:30.

<KateDeibel> i hear you. i cannot scribe as i'm dealing with monday morning work stuff

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Review and approve work of aging sub group for first chunk. Identify any items to mark as "todo" in the draft.

Susann: There is now a research section in the Aging gap analysis, but it is not yet complete.
... I will reach out to Katie to see if she can finish the research section.
... I will see if I can finish it if Katie cannot.

janina: I will review the Aging gap analysis, especially in regard to W3C standards.

<Tony_Doran> remove quote mark

<Tony_Doran> http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-cognitive-a11y-tf/2014Jul/0071.html

John: All cited references in Autism gap analysis directly related to the content of it.

<KateDeibel> https://www.w3.org/WAI/PF/cognitive-a11y-tf/wiki/Gap_Analysis/autism

<KateDeibel> that one is valid?

<MichaelC> W3C References style

John: I believe the reference section of the Autism gap analysis follows the W3C References Style.

Michael: Be sure to include author, document URI, and revision info, and W3C will do the rest when it comes time to publish.

Decide on terms for first draft (see What term to use )

Janina: Is there objection to the agreement to use "cognitive disabilities" as out term?

our term

Janina: Correction: Is there objection to the apparent agreement in the email to use "cognitive disabilities" as our term?

RESOLUTION: Group agrees to use the term "cognitive disabilities".

<Tony_Doran> Sorry I have a support window open atm and am typing in that too. Cannot scribe.

Kate: Aging is a better, general term to use rather than focusing on dementia.

RESOLUTION: The group agrees to use "aging" term rather than (also) using terms such as "dementia".

Review change and/or approve schedules See http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-cognitive-a11y-tf/2014Jul/0070.html

<Susann_Keohane> Susann: it may be a good time for a snapshot as a way to gather feedback from the larger audience

<Susann_Keohane> Janina: all agree for a snap shot

<Susann_Keohane> Michael: will work to get the snapshot ready this week

<Susann_Keohane> RESOLUTION: Take snapshot for today

be done

<Susann_Keohane> Janina: group review and approval in a weed

<Susann_Keohane> Janina: any thing else to discuss?

<Elle_Waters> thanks, all!

<Tony_Doran> Super :)

Summary of Action Items

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