Spoken Pronunciation Task Force
of the APA WG

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Announcements

2018-10-09 - Spoken Pronunciation Task Force created: The APA Working Group has approved formation of this task force. See below for information about how to participate.

Meetings and Communication

The APA WG conducts its work using a variety of synchronous and asynchronous tools. The communication page provides details about:

These tools are used by participants of the Task Force. For ways non-participants can contribute, see how to contribute to the Working Group and file comments.

Teleconferences

Mailing Lists

The Spoken Pronunciation Task Force uses the public-pronunciation@w3.org mailing list (mailing list archives) for email discussion. Participants are automatically added to the mailing list when they become a participant of the Task Force.

Current Work

See the wiki for current planning and draft documents.

Publications

When the Task Force develops publications, they will be listed here. See also the Pronunciation GitHub repository.

How to Comment, Contribute, and Participate

To join the Spoken Pronunciation Task Force, individuals must be participants of the APA WG. Participants are expected to actively contribute to the work of the Task Force. If you are interested in participating in the Spoken Pronunciation Task Force, please send e-mail to: Janina Sajka, Irfan Ali and include a little bit about what you’re interested in and how you think that you may be able to contribute to the Task Force. Then follow the APA Working Group participation procedures to join the Working Group, and once you have joined ask Michael Cooper to add you to the task force.

To contribute without joining the task force, see the APA Working Group contribute page for general instructions. To contribute to documents under development, see how to contribute to the source repository directly.

Current participants in the Spoken Pronunciation Task Force.

Administrative Information

The Spoken Pronunciation Task Force is a Task Force of the Accessible Platform Architectures (APA) Working Group. It assists these Working Groups to produce techniques, understanding, and guidance documents, as well as updates to existing related W3C material that addresses the cognitive space.

Facilitator and Contacts

Work Statement

The Spoken Pronunciation Accessibility Task Force Work Statement defines the initial objective, scope, approach, and participation of the Task Force.

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