Pronunciation Task Force Teleconference

17 Apr 2019


paul_grenier, Irfan, Janina, Sam, JF, Dee


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TPAC 2019

<janina> APA's TPAC meeting dates are likely to be Thursday-Friday, Sep 19-20

[mhakkinen] will reach out to Japanese colleagues about use cases


Gap Analysis

[mhakkinen] will continue to work on Gap Analysis content

[stevenoble] will join work on Gap Analysis

<Zakim> janina, you wanted to ask about Dpub Manifest spec

<janina> https://www.w3.org/TR/wpub/

[janina] dpub manifest helps collect information needed for publishing, will possibly be needed by this task forcce

User Scenarios

<irfan> https://www.w3.org/TR/pwp-ucr/

sam: collecting information for uc, unable to make contact with IFB, will continue to find uc data from NY UX meetup (presentation 4/25)

mhakkinen: will assist with presentation based on content from CSUN


Use case document

<irfan> janina: user scenarious are stories and use cases are little technical and want to make sure what you want to achieve

<irfan> janina: use cases will be more specific to technical solutions

<irfan> paul: there are several english voices such en-gb, en-us but there is not Ga-irish.

<Dee> I need to leave the meeting now.

<irfan> paul:https://github.com/w3c/pronunciation/issues/11

<irfan> janina: god place to prototype stuff

<Christine> I have to drop off for another meeting.

<irfan> paul: https://github.com/w3c/pronunciation/issues/3

<irfan> pg: found a jp site and if there is something speech synthesis related.

paul: prefer to file issue first, then once accepted by group, file a pr

<Sam> yes

paul: please comment agreement on individual issues


irfan: reviewing tasks and schedule

janina: get input from dpub group and web apps/whatwg
... need demos and initial drafts to have conversations

irfan: how to coordinate conversations

janina: will work with irfan for TPAC conversations with css, dpub, whatwg once w3c produces matrix of group meetings

other business

irfan: technical approach thoughts?

mhakkinen: read-aloud and assessments community uses attributes to hint for pronunciation using JSON values

janina: gap analysis important strengthening technical approach

mhakkinen: talks with screen reader producers begun, could be based in aria, but restricts to AT community

<JF> +1 to Mark - aria is (IMHO) not the best path forward

mhakkinen: CSUN presentation content related to SSML-based tech scraping web content

jf: link to personalization task force avoiding aria-* attribute model

irfan: inquiry for additional members no results at this time

pg: equatio chrome extension speaks math formulas

<irfan> https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/equatio-math-made-digital/hjngolefdpdnooamgdldlkjgmdcmcjnc?hl=en-US

steve: vulker(?) developing mathml => tts

<mhakkinen> Volker Sorge's Speech Rule Engine: https://github.com/zorkow/speech-rule-engine

Summary of Action Items

Summary of Resolutions

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