Spoken Pronunciation Task Force Teleconference

11 May 2022


Alan_, Dee, iali, NeilS, PaulG

Meeting minutes

Agenda Review & Announcements

<janina> https://www.w3.org/WAI/APA/wiki/Meetings/TPAC_2022

<iali> janina: bookmark this URI where we organize app the updates related to APA. All the proposals are here.

<iali> janina: template section is there. we have two potential group that we may need to meet. one is DPUB and another is is ADAPT

<iali> janina: our report is about our progress

<iali> janina: we are going to want a meeting with internationalization to explain the possibility for another spec specifying the use-cases for tts issues for children pronunciation

<iali> janina: based upon specifying TTS, lang is not fully suited for specifying TTS .

Github Issues (https://github.com/w3c/pronunciation/issues/110)

<iali> PaulG: no matter what we do, the author suggestions/recommendation never supersedes the user settings

<PaulG> https://w3c.github.io/naur/

Other Business

member's update

<iali> mhakkinen: QTI 3 specification has been approved by IMS standard group

<PaulG> https://www.imsglobal.org/spec/qti/v3p0/impl ?

<iali> mhakkinen: it does approve the data-ssml

<iali> mhakkinen: need to respond some folks about their questions

<iali> janina: we are supposed to do some prototype with data-ssml

<iali> mhakkinen: Question & Test Interoperability

<iali> PaulG: there are issue like limitation os SSML and not the technique. If we were to go and change the direction into ARIA space as we were suggesting, then there is no conflict here

<iali> mhakkinen: I am going to work on the best practices for the QTI. Currently, Pearson and TextHelp have already implemented the data-ssml

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