Meetings/TPAC 2021

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APA WG Meetings during TPAC 2021

The Accessible Platform Architectures (APA) Working Group will meet during the Technical Plenary (TPAC) 2021.

Because this year's TPAC is entirely virtual, it is a set of meetings at various times during the TPAC time frame. Meeting times are shown below and are available in a calendar to which you can subscribe.

TPAC in 2021 begins on Monday 18 October and runs through Friday 29 October.

Remote Participation

[Teleconference information for each meeting] is in the joint meetings table, fourth column, first link in the cell. Also added to the Agenda below

All times are given in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Use the session hyperlinks to ascertain agenda items in your local, dialin time.

Teleconference information for all APA joint meetings is on the APA at TPAC teleconference page.

Rescheduled for Pre-TPAC

Personalization TF with I18N

Particulars

Topics

  1. Clear Issue 144

Notes

Personalization Issue #144

Week 1 Breakout Sessions

Note: Listed in scheduled order. Proposed meetings not yet scheduled come at the end of this level.

Timed Text Working Group and Media Synchronization

Particulars

  • Scheduled: Wednesday 20th Oct at 10am Boston / 1400Z (Confirmed)
  • Description: Media Synchronization, SAUR draft, Second Screen
  • Key Invitees: RQTF, TTWG / Silver
  • Contact: Nigel Megitt

Topics

  1. Update on co-ordination with related interest groups.
  2. Acceptable parameters for tolerance in captions - how this relates to Silver/WCAG 3.
  3. Relationship with Media Accessibility User Requirements (MAUR).
  4. Relationship with Second Screen devices.

Notes

SAUR Pre-FPWD Draft

CSS

Particulars

  • Scheduled: Wednesday 20 October at 12:00 (Boston) / 1600Z (Confirmed)
  • Description: Open and any new topics
  • Key Invitees: +Silver
  • Contact:

Topics

  1. Additional MQ5 a la APA MQ Presentation. Note the github issue!
  2. TBD

Notes

  • Could CSS programatically mediate against flashing video if some X ms

buffering is acceptable?

  • Same question for controlling audio autoplay?

Remote Meeting Accessibility

Particulars

  • Scheduled: (To be proposed)
  • Description: What does it take to hold a successful virtual meeting inclusive of a wide range of persons with disabilities?
  • Key Invitees: +
  • Contact:Scott Hollier

Topics

Notes

Accessibility of Remote Meetings

Framework for the Accessible Specification of Technologies

Particulars

  • NOT Scheduled: Breakout; Avoid clashing with other APA Breakouts, please
  • Description: Introducing Progress and current work in FAST
  • Key Invitees: Jake Abma, Charles Hall, Toddy Libby, Jeanne.
  • Contact: Josh, Michael

Topics

  • Presentation on FAST work in functional needs subgroup. Discussion of its evolution and development.

How does this work relate to Silver?

Notes

Intro to Content Usable

Particulars

  • Scheduled: Breakout; Avoid clashing with other APA Breakouts, please
  • Description: Introducing Content Usable
  • Key Invitees:
  • Contact:

Topics

Notes

APA Personalization Module 1 Overview

Particulars

  • Scheduled: Breakout Session(s)? Avoid scheduling conflicts
  • Contact:
  • Description: Introducing Module 1 CR
  • Key Invitees: EPUB / Silver / Low Vision

Topics

Notes

  • Ask for implementations

Auto Accessibility breakout

Particulars

  • Scheduled: Ted Guild (Geotab)
  • Additional speaker[s]:

The W3C Automotive activity is producing standards around telematics data and services for connected vehicles. While not directly defining user interfaces, there are opportunities to influence this industry at a formative stage for better accessibility inclusion in its technical architecture. Together with WAI Accessibility Platform Architecture (APA) Research Questions Task Force, we want to explore and prioritize potential work scope.

Topics

Determine scope of work for Accessibility in W3C Automotive either for technical specifications or in best practices document.

Notes

Slides: (better explain scope of current W3C Auto work, adoption and perhaps some of the potential topics from BP wiki)

APA Meetings Week 2

Schema & Registries for Accessibility

Particulars

  • Scheduled: ! Monday 25 October at 10:00 Boston /1400Z [Confirmed)
  • Description: Registries; Various TTS Specs; Personalization & MQ5 Implementation Opportunities
  • Key Invitees: AGWG/Silver; Epub/Publishing
  • Contact: Jeanne; AGWG Chairs; Avneesh

Topics

  1. Normativly Referencing Registries (esp. non W3C)
  2. When/how to develop new W3C registries and avoid clashes
  3. Personalization CR & CSS MQ5 Implementation Opportunities

Notes

  • Silver may need a media schema for lang, captions, video descriptions (text

and/or audio), Etc as supported by HTML Track

APA & Epub Accessibility

Particulars

  • Scheduled: !Thursday 28 October at 10:00 Boston / 1400Z (Confirmed)
  • Description: Horizontal Reviews; Spoken Presentation; Other specs of interest
  • Key Invitees: AGWG/Silver
  • Contact: Avneesh

Topics

  1. Epub Specs Horizontal Review Discussion
Complete Epub Publications List (for reference)
    1. Spoken Presentation
  1. Other Relevant Developments

Notes

AAPI++

Particulars

  • Scheduled: TBD
  • Description: Near term and long term needs
  • Key Invitees: ARIA; Pronunciation TF; TAG? Specific individuals
  • Contact: James

Topics

  1. Resolving P11N's Dillema
  2. Are our AAPIs End of Life?

Notes

How much longer can we expect current AAPI approach to be viable? What use cases will prove so difficult that a new approach may be needed?

Spoken Presentation and the AX Tree

Particulars

  • Scheduled: Schedule 2 hours!
  • Description: Explore how best to support AT
  • Key Invitees: WAI groups
  • Contact:Janina Sajka

Topics

  1. Differing Requirements Discussion
  2. Approaches Brainstorming
  3. Next Steps

Notes

RQTF & COGA

Particulars

  • Scheduled: Wednesday 27 October at 10:00 AM (Boston) / 1400Z (Proposed)
  • Description: COGA requested, see pointer in Notes below.
  • Key Invitees: RQTF, COGA
  • Contact: Jason White, Scott Hollier; Lisa Seeman, Rain Michaels

Topics

Notes

COGA's Proposed Agenda

COGA & Personalization TF

Particulars

  • Scheduled: Thursday 28 October at 10:00 (Boston / 1400Z (Requested)
  • Description: Intro to Module 1 CR; Prospects for Module 2
  • Key Invitees: COGA; Silver/AGWG
  • Contact: Lisa, Rain

Topics

  1. See COGA's TPAC Wiki

Notes

  • Overview content & topic owners: Lionel Wolberger and Matthew_Atkinson as backup
  • COGA content & topic owners: Lisa Seeman is the owner, with Matthew_Atkinson as backup
  • Ask for implementations of specifications

I18N & COGA

Particulars

  • Scheduled: Proposed
  • Description: COGA requested, see pointer in Notes below.
  • Key Invitees: I18N, COGA
  • Contact: Addison Phillips; Richard Ishida, Lisa Seeman, Rain Michaels

Topics

Notes

Exploring non-naitive language as a situational disability Exploring I18N limits of plain language & common symbols guidance

Notes

General TPAC Info