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Work for this Week (W4TW)

Contents

2019

Updated 20 September

For everyone

  1. Evaluation Intro Videos - Requirements and Scripts
  2. Curricula - Requirements Analysis
  3. Authoring Tool ListRequirements Analysis, early rough mock-up
  4. COGA document for review: "Making Content Usable for People with Cognitive and Learning Disabilities" - first please read the review e-mail and the EOWG minutes, then submit your comments directly (directions in email)
  5. Outreach: Media Resource - spread the word and list your outreach in Promoting Media Resource

FOR UNDOC TEAM and others who want to help

Updated 13 September

For everyone

  1. Evaluation Intro Videos - Requirements and Scripts
    • If you have additional input, send it ASAP to wai-eo-editors@w3.org
  2. Curricula - Requirements Analysis
  3. Authoring Tool ListRequirements Analysis, early rough mock-up
  4. COGA document for review: "Making Content Usable for People with Cognitive and Learning Disabilities" - first please read the review e-mail and the EOWG minutes, then submit your comments directly (directions in email)
  5. Outreach: Media Resource - spread the word and list your outreach in Promoting Media Resource

FOR UNDOC TEAM and others who want to help

Updated 11 September

For everyone

  1. Evaluation Intro Videos - requirements page
  2. Curricula
  3. Authoring Tool ListRequirements Analysis, early rough mock-up

FOR UNDOC TEAM and others who want to help

Updated 4 September

For everyone

  1. Curricula
  2. Authoring Tool ListRequirements Analysis, early rough mock-up
  3. Update your response to the EOWG Meeting Availability Survey

FOR UNDOC TEAM and others who want to help

Updated 21 August

  1. Curricula
  2. Making Audio and Video Media Accessible
  3. Evaluation Videos
  4. Authoring Tool ListRequirements Analysis, early rough mock-up
  5. Commenting e-mail from 6 August - make sure you read it :-)

FOR UNDOC TEAM and others who want to help

Updated 22 July

OPEN SURVEYS

(Also - other work below)

Additional Work

FOR UNDOC TEAM and others who want to help


Updated 01 February

OPEN SURVEYS

  • None at this time

FOR EVERYONE:

  1. Accessibility Roles & Responsibilities Mapping (ARRM) - Try out the process of running checkpoints through the decision tree
  2. WAI Translations
    • (optional) Read and comment on GitHub Issue #123 - translation of "you" - formal or informal

FOR UNDOC TEAM and others who want to help

Every week:

  • Outreach - add what you've done for outreach this week, and thoughts on overall outreach.
  • Availability Survey - update the Availability for Upcoming EOWG Teleconferences survey on a regular basis to reflect your availability to attend weekly teleconference meetings
  • If you missed a meeting, add your name to the wiki page showing that you have read the minutes.

(Guidance on commenting)

Updated 23 January

OPEN SURVEYS

  • None at this time

FOR EVERYONE:

  1. The Business Case for Digital Accessibility - For your review: A few bibliography entries have been added to the Annotated Bibliography page [link to list coming]. If any comments, add new GitHub issue [link coming].
  2. Accessibility Roles & Responsibilities Mapping (ARRM) - Try out the process of running checkpoints through the decision tree
  3. WAI Resources Tour webinar
  4. WAI Translations
    • (optional) Read and comment on GitHub Issue #123 - translation of "you" - formal or informal

FOR UNDOC TEAM and others who want to help

Every week:

  • Outreach - add what you've done for outreach this week, and thoughts on overall outreach.
  • Availability Survey - update the Availability for Upcoming EOWG Teleconferences survey on a regular basis to reflect your availability to attend weekly teleconference meetings
  • If you missed a meeting, add your name to the wiki page showing that you have read the minutes.

(Guidance on commenting)

Updated 19 December

OPEN SURVEYS

  • None at this time

FOR EVERYONE:

  1. Accessibility Roles and Responsibilities Matrix (ARRM) — Please visit the Holiday Homework above and provide comments on the work to date. Thanks!
  2. Volunteers needed - to update Business Case references within existing WAI resources. Please review the tasks below and if you can help, contact Chairs or indicate your availability in the Holiday Homework survey. The deadline for completion is quite flexible and your help is greatly appreciated!
    • Search WAI resources for references to the Business Case – title, content, links, etc. List content references related to the business case beyond just the title (probably in a spreadsheet or wiki page).
    • Review context to determine if edits are needed that more accurately reflect the new version of the business case. For example, does the article refer to content that was in the old business case and is not in the new one? If so, is a pointer to the archive useful?
    • Communicate interest and work with Planning Team to develop process and timeline at public-eo-plan@w3.org <mailto:public-eo-plan@w3.org>
  3. Outreach - add thoughts on overall outreach.

FOR UNDOC TEAM and others who want to help

Every week:

  • Outreach - add what you've done for outreach this week, and thoughts on overall outreach.
  • Availability Survey - update the Availability for Upcoming EOWG Teleconferences survey on a regular basis to reflect your availability to attend weekly teleconference meetings
  • If you missed a meeting, add your name to the wiki page showing that you have read the minutes.

(Guidance on commenting)

2018

Updated 02 November

OPEN SURVEYS

FOR EVERYONE:

  1. Approve or comment on the publication of the Accessibility Statements (linked above)
  2. Use the Weekly Survey to review WAI translations user interface per guidance in 09 Weekly survey - feedback deadline is Monday 19 November
  3. Complete the Weekly Survey (linked above)
  4. Outreach - add thoughts on overall outreach. Business Case campaign - add what you've done or seen.

FOR UNDOC TEAM and others who want to help

Every week:

  • Outreach - add what you've done for outreach this week, and thoughts on overall outreach.
  • Availability Survey - update the Availability for Upcoming EOWG Teleconferences survey on a regular basis to reflect your availability to attend weekly teleconference meetings
  • If you missed a meeting, add your name to the wiki page showing that you have read the minutes.

(Guidance on commenting)

Updated 02 November

OPEN SURVEYS

FOR EVERYONE:

  1. Review minutes and provide feedback and reflections on face to face meeting.
  2. Approve or comment on the publication of the Business Case (linked above)
  3. Approve or comment on the publication of the Accessibility Statements (linked above)
  4. If interested, review WAI translations user interface per guidance in 09 Weekly survey - feedback deadline is Monday 19 November

FOR UNDOC TEAM and others who want to help

Every week:

  • Availability Survey - update the Availability for Upcoming EOWG Teleconferences survey on a regular basis to reflect your availability to attend weekly teleconference meetings
  • If you missed a meeting, add your name to the wiki page showing that you have read the minutes.

(Guidance on commenting)

Updated 29 October

OPEN SURVEYS

Coming soon:

FOR EVERYONE:

  1. Review minutes and provide feedback and reflections on face to face meeting.
  2. Approve or comment on the publication of the Business Case
  3. Participate as interested and appropriate in decisions about Translations.

FOR UNDOC TEAM and others who want to help

To join team, add your name to the list of participants

Summary status: - wiki page - revision process - tracking

  • 1.4.12 Text Spacing: Initial Feedback Stage - initial comment in GitHub (14 Sept)
  • (on deck) 1.4.13 Content on hover or focus

Current work:
TBD

Every week:

  • Availability Survey - update the Availability for Upcoming EOWG Teleconferences survey on a regular basis to reflect your availability to attend weekly teleconference meetings
  • If you missed a meeting, add your name to the wiki page showing that you have read the minutes.

(Guidance on commenting)

Updated 05 October

OPEN SURVEYS

FOR EVERYONE:

  1. The Business Case for Accessibility
    • Current draft - Business Case for Accessibility
    • Use the Business Case survey linked in "Open Surveys" above to leave comments, issues, and recommendations.
  2. Accessibility Statements
  3. If interested, review the final Agenda for October 2018 F2f meeting
    • If you would like to join any part of the two day meeting via WebEx/Phone, please email the Chairs so that we can forward login information and know to expect you.

FOR UNDOC TEAM and others who want to help

To join team, add your name to the list of participants

Summary status: - wiki page - revision process - tracking

  • 1.4.10 Reflow: Thorough Review Stage - final revisions
  • 1.4.11 Non-Text Contrast: Thorough Review Stage - final revisions
  • 1.4.12 Text Spacing: Initial Feedback Stage - initial comment in GitHub (14 Sept)
  • (on deck) 1.4.13 Content on hover or focus

Current work:

Every week:

  • Availability Survey - update the Availability for Upcoming EOWG Teleconferences survey on a regular basis to reflect your availability to attend weekly teleconference meetings
  • If you missed a meeting, add your name to the wiki page showing that you have read the minutes.

(Guidance on commenting)

Updated 03 September

OPEN SURVEYS

FOR EVERYONE:

  1. The Business Case for Accessibility is ready for review as a Complete Draft. Please review the current version. Note the following:
    • Icons remain to be finalized. Some suggestions were made and are still being completed by the artist. No particular need to comment on the graphic elements (although you are welcome to if you have more to add at this time.)
    • Most GutHub issues have been addressed, the Resources section of the main article has been written, and there is now an Annotated Bibliography to consider.
    • We are looking at the document from the point of view of 3. Complete Draft
    • There is no weekly survey open so please add comments to GitHub Open Issues or send an email to w3c-wai-editors@w3.org
  2. Accessibility Statements
    • There are two versions (minimal & comprehensive) of draft accessibility statements editors are requesting feedback on
    • Access the Example Accessibility Statements Review survey to review and provide feedback on these statements
    • Survey is open through 05 September
  3. TPAC and EOWG Face-to-Face Meeting: 22 - 23 October, Lyon France
    • Whether or not you are able to travel to participate, you ideas are welcome about what EO should focus on during that face to face meeting. Please list your topic ideas to the EOWG F2F October 2018 wiki. Thanks!
    • Add your participation status for the upcoming face-to-face meeting on 22-23 October in Lyon, France: Participation section
    • If you're attending EOWG meeting and/or other TPAC events, please register:

FOR UNDOC TEAM and others who want to help

To join team, add your name to the list of participants

Summary status: - wiki page - revision process - tracking

  • 1.4.10 Reflow: Thorough Review Stage - final revisions
  • 1.4.11 Non-Text Contrast: Thorough Review Stage - under review (31 Aug)
  • 1.4.12 Text Spacing: Initial Feedback Stage - initial comment in GitHub (31 Aug)
  • (on deck) 1.4.13 Content on hover or focus

Current work:

Every week:

  • Availability Survey - update the Availability for Upcoming EOWG Teleconferences survey on a regular basis to reflect your availability to attend weekly teleconference meetings
  • If you missed a meeting, add your name to the wiki page showing that you have read the minutes.

(Guidance on commenting)

Updated 22 August

  1. The Business Case for Accessibility has been updated with alternative icons. There are now two versions for your consideration.
  2. WCAG 2.1 Understanding Documents (for UnDoc team and others who want to help)
  3. TPAC and EOWG Face-to-Face Meeting: 22 - 23 October, Lyon France
    • Whether or not you are able to travel to participate, you ideas are welcome about what EO should focus on during that face to face meeting. Please list your topic ideas to the EOWG F2F October 2018 wiki. Thanks!
    • Add your participation status for the upcoming face-to-face meeting on 22-23 October in Lyon, France: Participation section
    • If you're attending EOWG meeting and/or other TPAC events, please register:


OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 30 July

  1. The Business Case for Accessibility is a work in progress
  2. Accessibility Statements
    • Editors posted a rough concept draft of the Statement Generator and EO discussion of current prototype was extensive.
    • Editors are on vacation until mid-August. Considerations for when they return are:
      • Update GitHub content, especially examples
      • Rethink "guide and/or tool" after discussion of 27 July
      • Continue work with Sanne (lead designer who attended last meeting) and other colleagues
      • Look forward to update when editors return. may have updated mockups of the tool.
  3. Understanding WCAG 2.1 docs (for UnDoc team and others who want to)
  4. TPAC and EOWG Face-to-Face Meeting:
    • Add your participation status for the upcoming face-to-face meeting on 22-23 October in Lyon, France: Participation section
    • If you're attending EOWG meeting and/or other TPAC events, please register:

OPEN SURVEYS
27 July Weekly Survey open through Wednesday 01 August due to late posting. Please let us know if you need more time. Thanks for all you do!

Updated 20 July

  1. Accessibility Statements
  2. Understanding WCAG 2.1 docs (for editorial team and others who want to)
  3. TPAC and EOWG Face-to-Face Meeting:
    • Add your participation status for the upcoming face-to-face meeting on 22-23 October in Lyon, France: Participation section
    • If you're attending EOWG meeting and/or other TPAC events, please register:

OPEN SURVEYS
No open surveys

Updated 12 July

  1. Understanding WCAG 2.1 docs (for editorial team and others who want to)
  2. Accessibility Statements
  3. TPAC and EOWG Face-to-Face Meeting:
    • Add your participation status for the upcoming face-to-face meeting on 22-23 October in Lyon, France: Participation section
    • If you're attending EOWG meeting and/or other TPAC events, please register:

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 01 July

  1. Accessibility Statements
  2. Understanding WCAG 2.1 docs (for editorial team and others who want to)
  3. TPAC and EOWG Face-to-Face Meeting:
    • Add your participation status for the upcoming face-to-face meeting on 22-23 October in Lyon, France: Participation section
    • If you're attending EOWG meeting and/or other TPAC events, please register:

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 06 June

  1. Meeting Minutes: The 01 June meeting was quite active and engaged, thanks to all who participated! Please read 01 June minutes if you missed the meeting and indicate you have done so on the EO Meeting wiki page.
  2. Roles & Responsibilities - RA11y Matrix: Review the RA11y Matrix - Roles & Responsibilities Project Plan and comment in the Weekly Survey (survey extended to close on 11 June)
    • This is your time to comment and make suggestions to the plan, and/or agree to let the small team begin the work!
  3. 2.1 Understanding Documents: WCAG 2.1 is officially released but the Understanding documents for the new Success Criteria are badly in need of edits for clarity, brevity, and coherence. Norah is leading a small group through a proscribed process to submit edit suggestions from EO to AG. Please consider participating in this work. These documents may be the most important part of the suite of WCAG documentation. They are not currently readable or very helpful to most readers. If you can help, please respond to the message sent on 06 June to the EO mailing list and Norah will add you to her team. We need your help, thanks for considering!
  4. Business Case: Work on the Business Case has similarly been taken up by a smaller editorial group. Please send email to the EO mailing list to participate in that effort. Thank you.
  5. Add your participation expectation for upcoming Face-to-Face Meetings:

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 01 June

  1. Read the 01 June meeting minutes if you missed the meeting
  2. Review the RA11y Matrix - Roles & Responsibilities Project Plan and comment in the Weekly Survey
  3. Add your participation expectation for upcoming Face-to-Face Meetings:

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 09 May

  1. Share news about the WAI redesign beta: e-mail, RT and like tweet
  2. Add your participation expectation for upcoming Face-to-Face Meetings:

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 03 May

  1. Share news about the WAI redesign beta: e-mail, RT and like tweet
  2. Add your participation expectation for upcoming Face-to-Face Meetings:

OPEN SURVEYS

  • No open surveys

Updated 27 April

  1. Review 26 April meeting minutes if you did not attend the meeting
  2. Add your participation expectation for upcoming Face-to-Face Meetings:
  3. Complete the Weekly Survey by 02 May

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 20 April

  1. Add your participation expectation for upcoming Face-to-Face Meetings:

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 11 April

  1. Review the Post-Meeting Summary from March Face-to-Face meeting and
    add your name under "Read summary & skimmed minutes"
  2. Add your participation expectation for upcoming Face-to-Face Meetings:

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 30 March

  1. Review the Post-Meeting Summary from March Face-to-Face meeting and
    and add your name under "Read summary & skimmed minutes"
  2. Add your participation expectation for upcoming Face-to-Face Meetings:

OPEN SURVEYS

  • no surveys open at this time

Updated 16 March

  1. Review March Face-to-Face meeting materials prior to the 2 day meeting

OPEN SURVEYS

  • no surveys open at this time

Updated 06 March

  1. Help Needed - Editor openings for the following two resources. Please email Planning Team <public-eo-plan@w3.org> if you would be willing to work as an editor or on an edit team of two.
  2. Review 01 March meeting minutes if you did not attend the meeting
  3. Teleconference Availability Survey
    • Dates have been added and adjusted, please double check your responses

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 23 February

  1. Business Case - New Content
  2. Help Needed - Editor openings for the following two resources. See Weekly Survey Question for Timing and responding if you are interested.
  3. Teleconference Availability Survey
    • Dates have been added and adjusted, please double check your responses

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 20 February

  1. 19th - 20th March EOWG Face-to-Face (San Diego, CA)
  2. 17th - 18th May EOWG Face-to-Face (Austin, TX)
  3. Next meeting — Friday 23 February 8:30 am ET

OPEN SURVEYS


Updated 14 February

  1. 19th - 20th March EOWG Face-to-Face (San Diego, CA)
  2. 17th - 18th May EOWG Face-to-Face (Austin, TX)
  3. Next meeting — Friday 23 February 8:30 am ET

OPEN SURVEYS

  • None at this time


Updated 26 January

  1. Intro to Accessibility Revision — complete thorough review and approval to publish
  2. Add your participation status to the 19th - 20th March EOWG Face-to-Face Meeting page
  3. Next meeting — Remember next EOWG Teleconference is Thursday 01 February 6:00 pm ET

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 19 January

  1. Intro to Accessibility Revision — It's ready for thorough review and approval to publish! Intro Survey
  2. Business Case — Think about case studies and support. There's a question in the weekly survey...
  3. Next meeting — Remember next EOWG Teleconference is Friday 26 January 8:30 am ET
  4. F2F — Make plans to join the EOWG Face-to-Face 19 & 20 March in San Diego, CA, USA, the same week as the CSUN Conference

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 05 January

  1. If you missed the meeting, please read 15 December minutes and indicate that you have read them.
  2. Meet with your editorial team - editors please schedule a meeting with your review team to continue to meet the work schedule outlined in the new editorial calendar.
  3. Next EOWG Teleconference - 12 January 2018 - Enjoy your Holidays with family and friends!

OPEN SURVEYS

Thanks!

(Teams Guide and resources assignments are linked below under Links to current work.)

2017

Updated 08 December

  1. If you missed the meeting, please read 08 December minutes and indicate that you have read them.
  2. Meet with your editorial team - editors please schedule a meeting with your review team to continue to meet the work schedule outlined in the new editorial calendar.
  3. If you have completed work on a resource and are ready to take on another - thank you! Contact the planning team at team-eo-plan@w3.org and we will get you started on the next one.

OPEN SURVEYS

Thanks!

(Teams Guide and resources assignments are linked below under Links to current work.)

Updated 01 December

  1. If you missed the meeting, please read 01 December minutes and indicate that you have read them.
  2. Review the detailed minutes about the approach to the Business Case resource revision. Then use the Weekly Survey (below) to provide any final thoughts or feedback to the editorial team before the next iteration.
  3. Meet with your editorial team - editors please schedule a meeting with your review team to continue to meet the work schedule outlined in the new editorial calendar.
  4. If you have completed work on a resource and are ready to take on another - thank you! Contact the planning team at team-eo-plan@w3.org and we will get you started on the next one.

OPEN SURVEYS

Thanks!

(Teams Guide and resources assignments are linked below under Links to current work.)

Updated 18 November

  1. Even if you rarely do so, please read 17 November minutes if you did not attend Friday's teleconference.
  2. Meet with your editorial team - editors please schedule a meeting with your review team and be prepared to put your dates into the new editorial calendar.
  3. If you have completed work on a resource and are ready to take on another - thank you! Contact the planning team at team-eo-plan@w3.org and we will get you started on the next one.

OPEN SURVEYS

Pending Reviews for Editorial Teams
Due to some misunderstandings about how the small group "review teams" work, we are re-naming them "editorial teams" and resources will be placed on a rotating editorial calendar to be brought before the full EO group so we can facilitate progress on completing the needed edits. Please see the calendar in the Resource Management Google sheet and plan accordingly.

Thanks!

(Teams Guide and resources assignments are linked below under Links to current work.)

Updated 10 November

The TPAC Face to Face meeting was outstanding and highly productive. It was great that Vivienne and Amanda could be with us all the way from Australia, we recruited Chris O'Brien a new participant from Accessible Media in Canada, and Charlotte, Liz and all did a terrific job gathering usability info from TPAC attendees. As a result, please see the tasks for this week and let's get these resources shipped!

  1. Meet with your editorial team - editors please schedule a meeting with your review team and be prepared to put your dates into the new editorial calendar.
  2. If you have not done so, please view the updated InVision links here and take the survey Feel free to pass along to colleagues. End date: Wednesday 15 November
  3. Review the Web Accessibility Laws and Policy doc and then take the survey to approve publication.

OPEN SURVEYS

Pending Reviews for Editorial Teams Due to some misunderstandings about how the small group "review teams" work, we are re-naming them "editorial teams" and resources will be placed on a rotating editorial calendar to be brought before the full EO group so we can facilitate progress on completing the needed edits. Please see the calendar in the Resource Management Google sheet and plan accordingly.

Thanks!

(Teams Guide and resources assignments are linked below under Links to current work.)

Updated 19 October

  1. Resource Editors - Continue revising assigned resources. Bring to Small Review Teams or Planning Team for next steps
    • Review Requests - If your project has upcoming review needs or anything to bring to the larger EO, please add to the wiki below
  2. Resource Small Review Teams - Please conduct requested reviews in a timely manner so that Editors can meet timelines

OPEN SURVEYS

  • No open surveys

Pending Reviews for Small Review Teams

(Teams Guide and resources assignments are linked below under Links to current work.)


Updated 16 October

  1. Resource Editors - Continue revising assigned resources. Bring to Small Review Teams or Planning Team for next steps
    • Review Requests - If your project has upcoming review needs or anything to bring to the larger EO, please add to the wiki below
  2. Resource Small Review Teams - Please conduct requested reviews in a timely manner so that Editors can meet timelines

OPEN SURVEYS

Pending Reviews for Small Review Teams

(Teams Guide and resources assignments are linked below under Links to current work.)


Updated 25 September

  • Look at the calendar - counting down to new WAI site launch early November. *Please* get your assigned resources in shape.
  • Review Team Work. If your project has upcoming review needs or anything to bring to the larger EO, please add to the wiki below

OPEN SURVEYS

  • No Open Surveys

Pending Reviews for Small Review Teams

(Teams Guide and resources assignments are linked below under Links to current work.)


Updated 23 August

  1. Intro to Accessibility Review Team: Review #1 - Complete by 29 August
  2. Easy Checks Review Team: title/name of the resource - GitHub 84, Review #1 - Complete by 30 August
  3. Coming soon: Media Tutorial for thorough review and approval to publish

No regular teleconference 25 August so you can spend the time on your Editing and Review Teams work!

Optional meeting on 25 August for people who want to discuss the navigation for the redesign, see: https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/w3c-wai-eo/2017JulSep/0038.html

OPEN SURVEYS

  • No Open Surveys

Teams Work

(Teams Guide and resources assignments are linked below under Links to current work.)

Updated 16 August

  1. Review the draft proposed Navigation for the WAI site redesign - see questions in the survey
  2. Coming soon: Media Tutorial for thorough review and approval to publish

No teleconference 18 August so you can spend the time on your Editing and Review Teams work!

OPEN SURVEYS

Teams Work

(Teams Guide and resources assignments are linked below under Links to current work.)

Updated 28 July

  1. Developers' Intro to ARIA
    • Conduct a high level review of the resource and provide comments in GitHub
    • If you would be willing to serve on the small Review Team for this resource, please indicate so in the Weekly Survey (linked below)
  2. Create Project Plan for managing assigned resource updates: Resource Managers / co-editors please get started making a project plan for how you will approach the preparation of your assigned documents for the re-launch of the web site.
  3. Awareness of resources in development: No specific review this week, but please be aware of the need for upcoming comment on WCAG-TA resources in current development (Category 1 in the Resource Management Google Sheet). The goal is to have these complete and approved for publication by the end of August - an aggressive timeline that will require quick turnaround when EO is notified they are ready for review. This note is simply a reminder of what is coming in order to help us all plan. Thanks!

Finally, if your organization has not completed the EOWG Charter survey (W3C-member-visible results), please talk with your AC Rep.

OPEN SURVEYS

Review Teams

Updated 25 July

The focus now is two-fold:

  1. Create Project Plan for managing assigned resource updates: Resource Managers / co-editors please get started making a project plan for how you will approach the preparation of your assigned documents for the re-launch of the web site.
  2. Awareness of resources in development: No specific review this week, but please be aware of the need for upcoming comment on WCAG-TA resources in current development (Category 1 in the Resource Management Google Sheet). The goal is to have these complete and approved for publication by the end of August - an aggressive timeline that will require quick turnaround when EO is notified they are ready for review. This note is simply a reminder of what is coming in order to help us all plan. Thanks!

Finally, if your organization has not completed the EOWG Charter survey (W3C-member-visible results), please talk with your AC Rep.

(E-mail note: Apologies that everyone received an e-mail that was CCed to public-eo-archive@w3.org. There was an error in the Distribution list and it is now fixed.)

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 13 July

https://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/wiki/index.php?title=EOWG_Meetings&oldid=20754

Updated 29 June

  1. Review current EO resources with the new site launch in mind:
    • We have agreed to review all resources before inclusion in new site.
    • Next week we will introduce a process for expediting the update of materials to ensure valuable resources are ready for migration.
    • Look at the in-progress Style Guide for WAI resources
    • Review Work Plan in Current Projects
    • Think about these resource and other materials and where your own skills and interest can be of most value as we prioritize updates and revisions to integrate into the new site launch. Which resources would you most like to be involved in for the redesign resource editing?
  2. Mobile in Tutorials - proposed additions to existing tutorials to cover mobile issues: (extended review from last week)

OPEN SURVEYS

If you have more time:

Updated 23 June

  1. Mobile in Tutorials - proposed additions to existing tutorials to cover mobile issues: (extended review from last week)

OPEN SURVEYS

If you have more time:

Updated 16 June

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 16 June, 2017 minutes
  2. Developers Intro - Mobile
    • Ready for "In-Progress Draft" review - Specific questions, as well as looking at organization, flow, and overall content topics (from a high level)
    • This review is part of the Weekly Survey (closes 21 June)
  3. Outreach
  4. Re-Charter Support

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 09 June

  1. Accessible Media Tutorial - ready for thorough review - please put comments in the form of new issues in WAI Media Intro repo on GitHUb
    • Thorough Review Survey for Accessible Media will open at midnight 02 June and close on 16 June. Please do your best to complete the review and do fill out the survey even if you cannot review the entire resource in the time alloted. Thank you!
  2. Attending the EOWG Face-to-Face at TPAC?
  3. Document Your Outreach - Help EOWG demonstrate reach & impact
    • Past example: Perspectives outreach - skim through to see what kinds of information we provided and the Tracking section to see what data we captured
    • Policies outreach (not as significant) - feel free to update with feedback that you've seen
  4. Mobile Accessibility Developers Intro draft - comments welcome in Mobile Intro repo on GitHub, particularly on these issues (opened in GitHub), some of which were discussed in the 02 June telecon:
    • Mini personas: We'd talked about linking to these fully off-page, but please check two different approaches shown to linking to or listing these, as part of "why this is important"
    • For candidate success criteria being submitted to WCAG 2.1 but not yet confirmed: How best to present these? Separate, integrated, other?
    • Any reaction on the code examples? More are in development, but feedback on these could help confirm the approach.
    • We've been debating how to make the document as easily maintainable as possible, even while mobile guidance is in flux. Trying two strategies: comment in/out swappable sections; and "long view" timeline references in the first page "concepts" section.
  5. Please feel free to introduce new issues that are not included here, bearing in mind the limited time that we have to address them.

Updated 02 June

  1. Accessible Media Tutorial - ready for thorough review - please put comments in the form of new issues in WAI Media Intro repo on GitHUb
    • Thorough Review Survey for Accessible Media will open at midnight 02 June and close on 16 June. Please do your best to complete the review and do fill out the survey even if you cannot review the entire resource in the time alloted. Thank you!
  2. Mobile Accessibility Developers Intro draft - comments welcome in Mobile Intro repo on GitHub, particularly on these issues (opened in GitHub), some of which were discussed in the 02 June telecon:
    • Mini personas: We'd talked about linking to these fully off-page, but please check two different approaches shown to linking to or listing these, as part of "why this is important"
    • For candidate success criteria being submitted to WCAG 2.1 but not yet confirmed: How best to present these? Separate, integrated, other?
    • Any reaction on the code examples? More are in development, but feedback on these could help confirm the approach.
    • We've been debating how to make the document as easily maintainable as possible, even while mobile guidance is in flux. Trying two strategies: comment in/out swappable sections; and "long view" timeline references in the first page "concepts" section.
  3. Please feel free to introduce new issues that are not included here, bearing in mind the limited time that we have to address them.

Updated 12 May

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 12 May, 2017 minutes.
  2. Accessible Media Tutorial
    • Thorough Review Survey Coming Soon (Time estimates - Open 13 May, close 1.5 to 2 weeks after opening)
  3. Reminder - There will be no standard EOWG teleconference call on 19 May. In its place there is the EOWG Face-to-face Meeting on 19-20 May, Austin TX, USA

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 05 May

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 05 May, 2017 minutes.
  2. Web Accessibility Laws & Policies
  3. Accessible Media Tutorial
    • Stabilization Draft Survey Coming Soon (Time estimates - Open 06 May, close 11 May at 12:00 Eastern Time)

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 28 April

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 28 April, 2017 minutes.
  2. Accessible Media Tutorial
  3. Available on May 02 - "Survey to review Policies Relating to Web Accessibility" - Will be due on May 09


OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 21 April

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 21 April, 2017 minutes.
  2. How People With Disabilities Use the Web - Draft update
    • Review final updates (linked in survey) and answer approval question in the Weekly Survey
  3. Page Structure Tutorial - Minor Updates to Labeling Regions and Headings Pages
    • Review final updates (linked in survey) and answer approval question in the Weekly Survey
  4. NOT IN WEEKLY SURVEY - PLEASE COMPLETE HERE - New Accessible Media Tutorial Update
  5. Information Needed - F2F Meetings

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 14 April

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 14 April, 2017 minutes.
  2. New EOWG Charter Deliverable
    • We are currently trying to finalize the EOWG deliverables that all would like to have in the next Charter. Please look over the current 2017 Charter Work for the list being considered. Use the survey questions to provide comment or further recommendation.
    • We are also interested in which of the deliverables on the list should be completed before our big Outreach push. Use the survey questions to provide your recommendations of adjusting priority.
  3. Policies Relating to Web Accessibility - Prototype
    • Policies Introduction: The Policies prototype has gone through a few more revisions. Please review and provide your feedback on the updated Introduction section of the policies prototype page. This section has been condensed based on discussion in the weekly meetings and in GitHub. See survey question for details.
    • Policies Country Data: There is a recommendation from the resource editors as to how to handle the placement of details around country data. Please review the question in the survey and provide feedback.
  4. New Tutorials/Introductions Update
    • Based on previous feedback from the group, there have been some major revisions to the approach and scope of the outlines of these new resources.
    • In the Weekly Survey there are three questions to guide you through providing feedback on many aspects of the following three resource projects
      1. ARIA Introduction for Developers
      2. Tutorial Outline on Accessible Media
      3. Mobile Intro for Developers
  5. F2F Meetings

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 31 March

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 31 March, 2017 minutes.
  2. New Tutorials/Guides & BAD Update
    • Thank you for initial feedback! For those who have not had time to complete, the survey is still open.
    • Complete by 04 April: New Tutorials & BAD Survey
  3. Page Structure and Menus Tutorials

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 24 March

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 24 March, 2017 minutes.
  2. How People with Disabilities Use the Web
    • Survey is still open - Complete by 27 March
    • Review & Publication Approval – How People with Disabilities Use the Web
    • Note: There are specific directions in the survey for how to mark your comments, whether in GitHub or the survey, so that the editor will know exactly how the handle each comment. Please take extra care to appropriately mark each comment as either High Priority, Editors' Discretion, or Future Improvement.
    • Aside from the survey, please also review and comment on Issue #1
  3. New Tutorials & BAD Update
    • Feedback is needed for New Tutorials being proposed and developed. Also feedback is needed for the update to the Before and After Demo (BAD) resource.
    • Try to complete the Weekly Survey by 29 March to provide timely feedback.
    • If more time is needed, the survey will be open longer. See survey directions to guide you on providing feedback.

If you have additional time...

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 20 March

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 17 March, 2017 minutes.
  2. How People with Disabilities Use the Web
    • Survey open all week - Complete by 27 March
    • Review & Publication Approval – How People with Disabilities Use the Web
    • Note: There are specific directions in the survey for how to mark your comments, whether in GitHub or the survey, so that the editor will know exactly how the handle each comment. Please take extra care to appropriately mark each comment as either High Priority, Editors' Discretion, or Future Improvement.
  3. Web Accessibility Policies
  4. Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports

If you have additional time...

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 10 March

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 10 March, 2017 minutes.
  2. WAI Site Redesign
    • The WAI Site Redesign Task Force has narrowed down to a final recommended font for the site. The font is Noto Sans.
    • Please review the Font Mock-up Page.
    • If you did not attend the teleconference, please indicate your approval or concerns with the font in GitHub Issue #52.
  3. How People with Disabilities Use the Web
    • Survey now open - Complete by 27 March
    • Review & Publication Approval – How People with Disabilities Use the Web
    • Note: There are specific directions in the survey for how to mark your comments, whether in GitHub or the survey, so that the editor will know exactly how the handle each comment. Please take extra care to appropriately mark each comment as either High Priority, Editors' Discretion, or Future Improvement.

If you have additional time...

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 24 February

  1. No EOWG Meeting on 24 February
  2. EOWG Face-to-Face - 27 & 28 February - Meeting information page
  3. No EOWG Meeting on 03 March

If you have additional time...

OPEN SURVEYS

  • No current surveys

Updated 17 February

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 17 February, 2017 minutes.
  2. Menus Tutorial - (Previously Navigation Tutorial)
    • As described in the meeting on Friday, the Navigation tutorial was split up into two: Menus now have their own tutorial (again). The rest of the navigation tutorial is not really fitting well with the Menus. That content has been “parked” for future consideration.
    • Review the latest version of the draft Menus Tutorial.
    • Review and add to the open Menus Tutorial GitHub issues
    • There is a survey question that will walk you through the review of this tutorial.
  3. Page Structure Tutorial
    • Review all pages of the current draft.
    • There is a survey question asking for review, feedback and approval of this tutorial.
    • Complete the Weekly Survey.
  4. Policies Relating to Web Accessibility - Table and Filtering Options

If you have additional time...

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 10 February

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 10 February, 2017 minutes.
  2. Navigation Tutorial - Review all pages and provide comments and/or approval in GitHub
    • Review all pages of the current draft.
    • There are survey questions asking for review, feedback and approval of each page in this tutorial.
    • Complete the Weekly Survey.
  3. Policies Relating to Web Accessibility

If you have additional time...

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 03 February

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 03 February, 2017 minutes.
  2. Carousels Tutorial - Review Styling Page
    • Review current draft.
    • There were a couple of editorial changes from last week. Here is an overview of the changes: GitHub Diff.
    • Provide feedback on Weekly Survey question.
  3. Policies Relating to Web Accessibility
    • The Policies prototype has been updated.
    • Open questions about the Policies resource have been added as issues to the Policies GitHub repository.
    • See the weekly survey question for more information and how to provide feedback.
  4. Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports

OPEN SURVEYS


Updated 27 January

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 27 January, 2017 minutes.
  2. WAI Site Redesign **Try to complete this task by Monday, 30 January if possible**
  3. Carousels Tutorial
    • Review changes listed in the Weekly Survey. Okay changes or make recommendations in GitHub.
    • On the Carousels Concepts page, the heading “What are the key points?” may need some more word-smithing. Suggestions welcome in the GitHub Issue #408.
    • See Weekly Survey questions for more guidance.
  4. Site Navigation Tutorial
    • Look at the Site Navigation Tutorial as a whole. Help determine where the Application Menus page should go. See the weekly survey question for various options recommended, and how to provide feedback.
  5. February EOWG Face-to-Face Participation
  6. EOWG February Face-to-Face Agenda
    • Working to finalizing the face-to-face agenda. Seeking input from all Participants.
    • Review the current agenda topics being considered. Add your ideas or requests directly to the February 2017 face-to-face wiki page. Be sure to include your name with your request so that we may follow-up with you if needed.
  7. EOWG 2017 Charter
    • EOWG is up for re-chartering in 2017.
    • Review the Possible work in scope section of the EOWG 2017 Chartering page. Add your ideas or thoughts directly on the page. All ideas welcome for consideration. Be sure to include your name with your request so that we may follow-up with you if needed.

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 25 January

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 20 January, 2017 minutes.
  2. February EOWG Face-to-Face Participation
  3. WAI Site Redesign

OPEN SURVEYS

  • No Weekly Survey this week

Updated 13 January

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 13 January, 2017 minutes.
  2. Web Accessibility Tutorials - Carousels
    • The Carousels Tutorial has been updated based on previous comments and suggestions. A Review & Publication Approval survey has been developed to guide you through each page of the tutorial to provide feedback and possibly approve each page.
    • Complete the Carousels Tutorial by Tuesday, 17 January (link below)
  3. Policies Relating to Web Accessibility
    • Review the two proposal documents drafted by Mary Jo - attached to her email on 12 January
      • Consider policy data sorting vs. filtering
      • Consider level of data per country and how it is presented
      • Consider policy collection form fields and field types to collect data from the public
    • Complete corresponding questions in the Weekly Survey
  4. February EOWG Face-to-Face Participation

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 05 January

  1. 06 EOWG Teleconference Meeting Cancelled - Please read the email so you are informed of what is coming up in the next few weeks: Update email from Brent
  2. EOWG Teleconference Availability Survey - If you didn't update availability last week, please do so now. Complete by 11 January 2017

Reminder - Next meeting - 13 January 2017

2016

Updated 16 December

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 16 December minutes.
  2. EOWG Teleconference Availability Survey - Complete by 04 January 2017

Reminder - Next meeting - 06 January 2017 (Happy Holidays!)

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 09 December

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 09 December minutes.
  2. Accessibility, Usability, and Inclusion - Review & Publication Approval
  3. Easy Checks - A First Review of Web Accessibility - Approval to Publish
    • Review the current Editors' Draft of the resource (linked in survey)
    • The approval survey will walk through the latest issues, discussions, resolutions, and version differences
    • Complete the Easy Checks Approval to Publish survey by 14 December
  4. Web Accessibility Tutorials - Carousels Tutorial
    • Skim the latest version of the Carousels Tutorial to re-familiarize yourself with the resource
    • Review proposed changes to each page in the tutorial (outlined in the Weekly Survey question)
    • Provide your opinion about the new structure of the tutorial in the survey
    • Review and provide feedback on existing code snippets in GitHub or the survey
    • Browse over the entire tutorials suite, focusing on the links. Links are to internal tutorial pages, to other WAI resources, and external links. Provide feedback in the survey whether you feel these link types should be differentiated or not.

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 02 December

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 02 December minutes.
  2. Accessibility, Usability, and Inclusion - Title of Resource
    1. Review Teleconference title discussion
    2. Review GitHub Issue #10 "Title"
    3. Add you opinion and comments to GitHub or in the Weekly Survey
  3. EOWG Meeting and Production Processes Survey - Complete by 07 December
  4. Please update the following surveys
  5. Web Accessibility Tutorials (optional)

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 18 November

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 18 November minutes.
  2. Complete thorough review of Accessibility, Usability, and Inclusion. Thorough review includes a good understanding requirements of the document and a full consideration of the document subtitle Related Aspects of a Web for All.
  3. Prep for Weekly Work Reports
    • EOWG Current Projects
    • Send potential work for EOWG discussion to <public-eo-plan@w3.org> by Tuesday, 29 November for discussion in the Thursday eo-plan meeting.
  4. Web Accessibility Tutorials(optional)

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 04 November

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes & Resolutions - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 04 November minutes.
  2. Web Accessibility Tutorials
    • High level, conceptual review of the draft Carousels and Page Structure tutorials
    • To help prepare for the Face to Face, please read through the tutorials and think about the general structure and content. Complete corresponding survey questions on this weeks Weekly Survey (below), which has further instructions.
  3. Survey of WAI Site Tasks - The Tasks Survey remains open until Nov 7. The survey has been sent to the WAI IG List and the WebAIM Discussion list. The survey can be answered by anyone.
    • Complete the survey yourself.
    • Send the survey to others you know would be interested in providing input, especially those newer to accessibility.
  4. Prep for Weekly Work Reports
    • EOWG Current Projects
    • Please send potential work for EOWG discussion to <public-eo-plan@w3.org> by Tuesday, 01 November for discussion in the Thursday eo-plan meeting.
  5. Update the Teleconference Availability Survey in anticipation of year end holidays.

If you have time...

  1. Web Accessibility Tutorials

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 30 October

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 28 October minutes.
  2. Update the Teleconference Availability Survey in anticipation of year end holidays.
  3. Prep for Weekly Work Reports
    • EOWG Current Projects
    • Please send potential work for EOWG discussion to <public-eo-plan@w3.org> by Tuesday, 01 November for discussion in the Thursday eo-plan meeting.
  4. Planning and Managing suite of documents is ready for publication. Please review these resources in GitHub. Indicate your approval to publish in the weekly survey.
  5. Easy Checks -- The new checks for Moving, Flashing, or Blinking Content that we have been working on have been integrated into a draft of the document so we can review them in context. Please skim the Easy Checks document overall to re-familiarize yourself with how the other topics and checks are presented. Two options are presented, A & B below. Please put your comments in GitHub Issue 27.
  6. Survey of WAI Site Tasks - The Tasks Survey remains open until Nov 7. The survey has been sent to the WAI IG List and the WebAIM Discussion list. The survey can be answered by anyone.
    • Complete the survey yourself.
    • Send the survey to others you know would be interested in providing input, especially those newer to accessibility.

If you have time...

  1. Web Accessibility Tutorials

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 21 October

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 21 October minutes.
  2. Update the Teleconference Availability Survey
  3. Prep for Weekly Work Reports
    • EOWG Current Projects
    • Please send potential work for EOWG discussion to <public-eo-plan@w3.org> by Tuesday, 25 October for discussion in the Thursday eo-plan meeting.
  4. Complete Thorough Review of the "Web Accessibility First Aid: Approaches for Interim Repairs" resource - Survey open below.
  5. Survey of WAI Site Tasks - The Tasks Survey is now open. The survey has been sent to the WAI IG List and the WebAIM Discussion list. The survey can be answered by anyone.
    • Complete the survey yourself.
    • Send the survey to others you know would be interested in providing input, especially those newer to accessibility.

If you have time...

  1. Web Accessibility Tutorials

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 19 October

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 14 October minutes.
  2. Easy Checks - A First Review of Web Accessibility - Comment on latest proposed wording for new check in GitHub Issue #1.
  3. Prep for Weekly Work Reports
    • EOWG Current Projects
    • Please send potential work for EOWG discussion to <public-eo-plan@w3.org> by Tuesday, 18 October for discussion in the Thursday eo-plan meeting.
  4. Begin Thorough Review of the "Web Accessibility First Aid: Approaches for Interim Repairs" resource - Survey open below.
  5. Survey of WAI Site Tasks - The task survey is not yet open. The TF would like to send it out following Friday's meeting. Please review the questions and provide input at the meeting or preferably in advance of the meeting through email to the following list addresses:
    • WAI EOWG Editors: wai-eo-editors@w3.org
    • WAI Site Redesign Task Force: public-wai-eo-site@w3.org

If you have time...

  1. Web Accessibility Tutorials

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 07 October

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 07 October minutes.
  2. Prep for Resource Manager Updates next week - Please send potential work for EOWG discussion to <public-eo-plan@w3.org> by Tuesday 11 October for discussion in the Thursday eo-plan meeting.
  3. From previous weeks if you didn't get to it

If you have time...

  1. Web Accessibility Tutorials

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 28 September

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, indicate that you have read the 23 September minutes.
  2. Top Tasks for WAI website - provide input on candidate Top Tasks <- Note that we would like this asap so we can progress soon to the next steps of developing and distributing the survey to rate potential top tasks.
  3. Easy Checks Issue #1 - Comment on latest proposed wording for new check.
  4. Prep for Resource Manager Updates next week - Please send potential work for EOWG discussion to <public-eo-plan@w3.org> by Tuesday 4 October for discussion in the Thursday eo-plan meeting.

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 09 September

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 09 September summary and minutes and express any questions or concerns.
  2. Friday Teleconference Availability Survey - Please update the survey with your meeting availability
  3. How to Meet WCAG 2.0 (Quickref) - Scrolling issue
    • To Scroll or Not To Scroll, That is the question! Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous scrolling, Or to take action against a sea of preferences and settings, And by opposing end them.
    • Comment received about scrolling being distracting. Tried to address issue by implementing scroll settings. Now discussing to keep settings, change settings, or git rid of settings.
    • Please read and comment on the appropriate question in the Weekly Survey on this topic.
  4. Prep for Resource Manager Updates - On Deck for 16 September Meeting:

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 02 September

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 02 September summary and minutes and express any questions or concerns.
  2. Survey Extended - If you have not done so, complete last week's 29 August Weekly Survey by Tuesday, 06 September
  3. Planning and Managing - Short Term Website Accessibility Improvements
  4. Easy Checks - IE WAT tool
  5. Prep for Resource Manager Updates - On Deck for 09 September Meeting:

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 27 August

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 26 August summary and minutes and express any questions or concerns.
  2. Planning and Managing - Short Term Website Accessibility Improvements
    • Please consider the changes to Short Term Website Accessibility Improvements (previously called: Improving the Accessibility of Your Website).
    • Question #2 in the Weekly Survey contains directions and links to walk you through reviewing and commenting on this resource.
  3. WAI Site Redesign - Task Force Work Statement
    • The WAI Site Redesign Task Force Work Statement has been approved by the Task Force participants.
    • Please review the recent updates and indicate your level of support for the current (and final) version on Question #3 of the Weekly Survey.
  4. Prep for Resource Manager Updates - On Deck for 02 September Meeting:

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 19 August

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 19 August summary and minutes and express any questions or concerns.
  2. Update Face-to-Face Availability - Please complete the Face-to-Face Availability Survey so that we can plan appropriately for a possible face-to-face meeting in November at Accessing Higher Ground (AHG) in Boulder, Colorado.
  3. WAI Site Redesign - Style Tiles
    • If you know of any designers that may be interested in submitting design templates, or "Style Tiles" to the WAI Site Redesign Task Force, please send their contact information directly to Sharron. She will initiate contact and send the invitation to submit designs.
    • Note: Submissions are due by 5:00pm US Eastern time on Monday September 5, so do not delay in sending contact information to Sharron.
  4. Prep for Resource Manager Updates - On Deck for 26 August Meeting:

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 12 August

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 12 August summary and minutes and express any questions or concerns.
  2. WAI Site Redesign - Style Tiles
    • If you know of any designers that may be interested in submitting design templates, or "Style Tiles" to the WAI Site Redesign Task Force, please send their contact information directly to Sharron. She will initiate contact and send the invitation to submit designs.
    • Note: Submissions are due by 5:00pm US Eastern time on Monday September 5, so do not delay in sending contact information to Sharron.
  3. How to meet WCAG 2.0 [Quickref] - Scroll speed preference
    • Based on a public comment about auto-scrolling in the Quickref, scrolling preferences have been introduced to the GitHub draft tool.
    • Preview the scrolling preferences in the GitHub draft Quickref tool. Preferences can be found under “About, How to Use & Preferences” on the top of the page.
    • Comment on the corresponding survey question (below).
  4. Prep for Resource Manager Updates - On Deck for 19 August Meeting:

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 05 August

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 05 August summary and minutes and express any questions or concerns.
  2. Resource Management
    • Add all assigned resources to the Resource Management Tool
    • Continue to manage the EOWG resources assigned to you.
    • Make a high level determination about whether each resource can stand as it is, needs updates, or should be archived (retired).
    • Use the new Resource Management Tool to provide status updates of each resources to the larger group.
    • Begin working on your "active" resource. Bring questions and discussions to the planning meetings. Bring updates to the working group.
  3. How to meet WCAG 2.0 [Quickref] - Scroll speed preference
    • Based on a public comment about auto-scrolling in the Quickref, scrolling preferences have been introduced to the GitHub draft tool.
    • Preview the scrolling preferences in the GitHub draft Quickref tool. Preferences can be found under “About, How to Use & Preferences” on the top of the page.
    • Comment on the corresponding survey question (below).
  4. Prep for Resource Manager Updates - On Deck for 12 August Meeting:

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 03 August

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes - Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 29 July summary and minutes and express any questions or concerns.
  2. Resource Management
    • Add all assigned resources to the Resource Management Tool
    • Continue to manage the EOWG resources assigned to you.
    • Make a high level determination about whether each resource can stand as it is, needs updates, or should be archived (retired).
    • Use the new Resource Management Tool to provide status updates of each resources to the larger group.
    • Begin working on your "active" resource. Bring questions and discussions to the planning meetings. Bring updates to the working group.
  3. Resource Manager Update During Weekly Meetings - Updates for 05 August Meeting:
  4. Update Face-to-Face Availability - Please complete the Face-to-Face Availability Survey so that we can plan appropriately for a possible face-to-face meeting in November at Accessing Higher Ground (AHG) in Boulder, Colorado.

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 21 July

  1. Resource Management
    • Add all assigned resources to the Resource Management Tool
    • Continue to manage the EOWG resources assigned to you.
    • Make a high level determination about whether each resource can stand as it is, needs updates, or should be archived (retired).
    • Use the new Resource Management Tool to provide status updates of each resources to the larger group.
    • Begin working on your "active" resource. Bring questions and discussions to the planning meetings. Bring updates to the working group.
  2. Resource Management Tool Updated - The RM Tool has been updated. The "Priority" flag has been changed to an "Active" flag. All RMs go back to all of your resources and set the active flag as true for resources that you are actively working on, or set as false for resources that are on your list but are not currently working on or only reviewing them to determine next step. This will help the Chairs easily view which resources we should expect active updates and work on.
  3. Resource Manager Update During Weekly Meetings - Brent will be reaching out to the RMs of the following resources to develop a repeating schedule for teleconference updates. Please be prepared to discuss current work and a repeating update schedule for EOWG meetings.
    • Policies Relating to Web Accessibility
    • Tips for Getting Started with Web Accessibility
    • Accessible UI Components List
    • Planning & Managing (Suite of three resources)
    • Accessibility, Usability & Inclusion
    • Easy Checks - A First Review of Web Accessibility
    • Web Accessibility Tutorials
    • Developing Web Accessibility Presentations and Training
    • Introduction to Web Accessibility (and related documents)
    • Template for Accessibility Evaluation Reports
    • Mobile Accessibility
    • Other (If you have an "active" resource that I have missed, please let me know)
  4. Update Face-to-Face Availability - Please complete the Face-to-Face Availability Survey so that we can plan appropriately for a possible face-to-face meeting in November at Accessing Higher Ground (AHG) in Boulder, Colorado.

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 15 July

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 15 July summary and minutes and express any questions or concerns.
  2. Resource Management
    • Continue to manage the EOWG resources assigned to you.
    • Make a high level determination about whether each resource can stand as it is, needs updates, or should be archived (retired).
    • Use the new Resource Management Tool to provide status updates of each resources to the larger group.
    • Begin working on your highest priority resource. Bring questions and discussions to the planning meetings. Bring updates to the working group.

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 08 July

  1. Resource Management
    • Continue to manage the EOWG resources assigned to you.
    • Make a high level determination about whether each resource can stand as it is, needs updates, or should be archived (retired).
    • Use the new Resource Management Tool to provide status updates of each resources to the larger group.
    • Begin working on your highest priority resource. Bring questions and discussions to the planning meetings. Bring updates to the working group.

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 24 June

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 24 June summary and minutes and express any questions or concerns.
  2. WAI Web Site Redesign - Review the draft audience personas and provide comment in the Weekly Survey.
  3. Web Accessibility Perspectives - Review and provide comment on the following open GitHub issues:
  4. Accessible UI Components List - Review the proposed Action Plan for updating the resource. Provide comment in the Weekly Survey.
  5. Resource Management
    • Continue to manage the EOWG resources assigned to you.
    • Make a high level determination about whether each resource can stand as it is, needs updates, or should be archived (retired).
    • Use the new Resource Management Tool to provide status updates of each resources to the larger group.
    • Begin working on your highest priority resource. Bring questions and discussions to the planning meetings. Bring updates to the working group.

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 17 June

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 17 June summary and minutes and express any questions or concerns.
  2. Resource Management
    • Continue to manage the EOWG resources assigned to you.
    • Make a high level determination about whether each resource can stand as it is, needs updates, or should be archived (retired).
    • Use the new Resource Management Tool to provide status updates of each resources to the larger group.
    • Begin working on your highest priority resource. Bring questions and discussions to the planning meetings. Bring updates to the working group.

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 10 June

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 10 June summary and minutes, that you understand and approve resolutions passed this week.
  2. WAI Web Site Redesign Support: The Task Force is looking for the working group participants to indicate areas in which they would be able to assist with the redesign now and in the future. Also looking for assistance outside of the working group. Complete the corresponding Weekly Survey questions to provide this information.
  3. Resource Development Life Cycle Review & Approval: The completed draft of the Resource Development Life Cycle (RDLC) is ready for review and approval. Please take time to give a thorough review of the RDLC and provide your feedback in the Weekly Survey.
  4. Resource Management
    • Continue to manage the EOWG resources assigned to you.
    • Make a high level determination about whether each resource can stand as it is, needs updates, or should be archived (retired).
    • Use the new Resource Management Tool to provide status updates of each resources to the larger group.
    • Begin working on your highest priority resource. Bring questions and discussions to the planning meetings. Bring updates to the working group.

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 02 June

  1. Review your Resource Management assignments
    • EOWG participant's assignments are identified in the WAI pages section of the EO web site.
    • Please review the resources that have been assigned to you.
    • Make a high level determination about whether the resource can stand as it is, needs updates, or should be archived (retired).
    • Identify resource needs to complete your recommendation. Thank you! A successful site redesign depends on good content revision.
  2. Web Accessibility Perspectives Thorough Review - Complete the review of the text and supporting materials that follow each of the Web Accessibility Perspectives videos. Complete the Review Survey, open until June 8.

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 27 May

  1. Approve Meeting Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 27 May summary and minutes, that you understand and approve them. There were no resolutions passed this week.
  2. High Priority - review your Resource Management assignments
    • EOWG participant's assignments are identified in the WAI pages section of the EO web site.
    • Please review the resources that have been assigned to you.
    • Make a high level determination about whether the resource can stand as it is, needs updates, or should be archived (retired).
    • Identify resource needs to complete your recommendation. Thank you! A successful site redesign depends on good content revision.
  3. Complete the review of the text and supporting materials that follow each of the Web Accessibility Perspectives videos. Comment in the survey, open until June 8.
  4. Thank you for your time and attention!

OPEN SURVEYS

Updated 06 May

OPEN SURVEYS
Web Accessibility Perspectives Approval for Publication Survey - Complete by 11 May Before Noon CST
Resource Management Survey: Please do your best to add all resources that you are leading by 01 May. As a Resource Manager (RM) make a preliminary assessment of the document status of your resources and how to position the document in our Resource Management Life Cycle. The survey will guide you through the process.
EOWG Weekly Survey is open and includes the following questions or confirmations:

  1. Review Summary/Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 06 May summary, minutes and resolutions.
  2. Prep for WAI site redesign
    • Review analysis for 2005 redesign
    • Consider current goals, approach, constraints
    • Contribute your ideas directly on the Wiki page before 11 May Face to Face meeting


Updated 29 April

OPEN SURVEYS
Improving the Accessibility of Your Website Survey - Closes 05 May
Accessible UI Components Last Call Survey - Closes 02 May
Resource Management Survey: Please do your best to add all resources that you are leading by 01 May. As a Resource Manager (RM) make a preliminary assessment of the document status of your resources and how to position the document in our Resource Management Life Cycle. The survey will guide you through the process.
EOWG Weekly Survey is open and includes the following questions or confirmations:

  1. Review Summary/Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 29 April summary, minutes and resolutions.
  2. Resource Development Life Cycle:
    • The newest iteration of the Resource Development Life Cycle (RDLC) is posted to the Wiki. James Green is taking the lead at pulling together the final version of the life cycle with input from the working group. He is requesting that participants add comments and suggestions into the RDLC wiki page itself. He will be monitoring the page to work through edits posted.
    • Complete the corresponding survey questions on the Weekly Survey
  3. AccessU Resource User Feedback Session
    • EOWG has an opportunity to hold "user feedback" or usability sessions at AccessU among attendees, St Ed's staff, and instructors. We will be able to ask specific questions about the web site and ask users to comment on tools or other resources. Which resources or web site features would you like to gather feedback for. We will consider all suggestions as we make the user testing plan. Complete the corresponding survey question to add your suggested resources.
  4. Consider Helping Conduct User Feedback Sessions - Comment in Weekly Survey question
  5. Complete the Teleconference Availability Survey

Updated 22 April

OPEN SURVEYS
Web Accessibility Perspectives Review Survey - Closes 27 April
Accessible UI Components Last Call Survey - Closes 02 May
Resource Management Survey: Please do your best to add all resources that you are leading by 01 May. As a Resource Manager (RM) make a preliminary assessment of the document status of your resources and how to position the document in our Resource Management Life Cycle. The survey will guide you through the process.
EOWG Weekly Survey is open and includes the following questions or confirmations:

  1. Review Summary/Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 22 April summary, minutes and resolutions.
  2. Accessibility, Usability, & Inclusion:
  3. AccessU Resource User Feedback Session
    • EOWG has an opportunity to hold "user feedback" or usability sessions at AccessU among attendees, St Ed's staff, and instructors. We will be able to ask specific questions about the web site and ask users to comment on tools or other resources. Which resources or web site features would you like to gather feedback for. We will consider all suggestions as we make the user testing plan. Complete the corresponding survey question to add your suggested resources.
  4. Consider Helping Conduct User Feedback Sessions - Comment in Weekly Survey question

Updated 18 April

OPEN SURVEYS
Look ---> New Survey added 19 April - Open until 27 April - Web Accessibility Perspectives Review Survey
Resource Management Survey: As a Resource Manager (RM) make a preliminary assessment of the document status of your resources and how to position the document in our Resource Management Life Cycle. The survey will guide you through the process.
EOWG Weekly Survey is open and includes the following questions or confirmations:

  1. Review Summary/Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 15 April summary, minutes and resolutions.
  2. Accessibility, Usability, & Inclusion:

Updated 10 April

OPEN SURVEYS
Closing 11 April ---> Improving, Policy and Quick Tip Approvals Survey is open for approval to publish these revised documents.
Resource Management Survey: As a Resource Manager (RM) make a preliminary assessment of the document status of your resources and how to position the document in our Resource Management Life Cycle. The survey will guide you through the process.
EOWG Weekly Survey is open and includes the following questions or confirmations:

  1. Review Summary/Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 08 April summary, minutes and resolutions.
  2. How to Meet WCAG 2.0 (Quickref):
  3. Accessible UI Components List: Submission Criteria

Updated 01 April

OPEN SURVEYS
Improving, Policy and Quick Tip Approvals Survey is open for approval to publish these revised documents.
Resource Management Survey: As a Resource Manager (RM) make a preliminary assessment of the document status of your resources and how to position the document in our Resource Management Life Cycle. The survey will guide you through the process.
EOWG Weekly Survey is open and includes the following questions or confirmations:

  1. Review Summary/Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 01 April summary, minutes and resolutions.
  2. Resource Development Life Cycle: Please review and provide comments and/or recommendations on the proposed draft of the Resource Development Life Cycle. Complete the corresponding Weekly Survey questions.

week of March 21

SURVEYS AVAILABLE:
EOWG Weekly Survey is open and includes the following questions or confirmations:

  1. Review Summary/Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 18 March summary, minutes and resolutions.
  2. Planning & Managing Web Accessibility: Based on EOWG thorough review, final edits have been made to the resource to address and close all outstanding issues and comments. This week's survey question outlines those final edits. Answer the corresponding survey question in the Weekly Survey.
  3. How to Meet WCAG 2.0 [Quickref] - Expand/Colapse Button Placement: During the approval to publish phase, a suggestion was made to add a button to expand/collapse all techniques sections in the document.
    • Five options have been mocked up for the location of this button. The options are outlined in the survey question with corresponding "Pros & Cons"
    • Take a look at the five pages with the button on different locations and indicate your favorite on the corresponding survey question
  4. Web Accessibility Perspectives - Video Start and End Screens: There is a final open question, Issue #108, about whether or not to include the specific video title on the start screen of each individual video. Please read through the corresponding question in the Weekly Survey and provide your input.

Updated 18 March

SURVEYS AVAILABLE:
EOWG Weekly Survey is open and includes the following questions or confirmations:

  1. Review Summary/Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 18 March summary, minutes and resolutions.
  2. Planning & Managing Web Accessibility: Based on EOWG thorough review, final edits have been made to the resource to address and close all outstanding issues and comments. This week's survey question outlines those final edits. Answer the corresponding survey question in the Weekly Survey.
  3. How to Meet WCAG 2.0 [Quickref] - Expand/Colapse Button Placement: During the approval to publish phase, a suggestion was made to add a button to expand/collapse all techniques sections in the document.
    • Five options have been mocked up for the location of this button. The options are outlined in the survey question with corresponding "Pros & Cons"
    • Take a look at the five pages with the button on different locations and indicate your favorite on the corresponding survey question
  4. Web Accessibility Perspectives - Video Start and End Screens: There is a final open question, Issue #108, about whether or not to include the specific video title on the start screen of each individual video. Please read through the corresponding question in the Weekly Survey and provide your input.

Updated 11 March

SURVEYS AVAILABLE:
Planning and Managing Web Accessibility: Thorough Review & Approval to Publish for Public Review (closes 15 March)
How to Meet WCAG 2.0 (Quickref): Final Approval to Publish (closes 15 March)
EOWG Weekly Survey is open and includes the following questions or confirmations:

  1. Review Summary/Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 11 March summary, minutes and resolutions.
  2. Name that Resource! [Showcase Examples with Video] is what we have used to reference this resource. However, it is more than just videos. Consider that this asset is a series of vignettes about the impact and benefits of web accessibility with accompanying text and links to other resources.
  3. [Showcase Examples with Video] - Topic Titles: Currently, the videos have short names that indicate the topic that is being illustrated.
    • View the current topic video titles and consider if the title is appropriate
    • Answer the corresponding question in the Weekly Survey
  4. [Showcase Examples with Video] - Catchy Phrase: EOWG agreed that a consistent narrative "catchy phrase" would tie the video series together and bring the message home. The Weekly Survey has a question with the proposed catch phrases for each video. Please review the phrases and answer the question.
  5. EOWG Participant Contributions: The chairs are asking for information about your Working Group interest and background experience in order to help with planning and managing the group. This information will also help the group know what skills to recruit for going forward.
  6. Submit an Accessible UI Component: Become familiar with the resource user interface!
    • The participation of individuals has been incredibly valuable for the development of the resource. If you haven’t had a chance to look into it, watch this “how to submit” video (password: eowgnow).
    • Then head over to the Accessible UI Components List and submit a component. You need to login with your W3C account.

Updated 04 March

TWO SURVEYS
Planning and Managing Web Accessibility, Thorough Review & Approval to Publish for Public Review Survey
The current EOWG weekly survey is open and includes the following questions or confirmations:

  1. Review Summary/Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 04 March summary, minutes and resolutions.
  2. Showcase Resource - Narration Edits:
    • At this stage, we have finalized the visuals and general tenor of all video scripts. However, there is still some room to refine the narration as long as it does not change the meaning or impact the visuals. That is, only purely editorial, word-smithing, and copy-editing is welcome.
    • Please review all video scripts (1-10) and answer the corresponding survey question in the Weekly Survey.
  3. Title of the Showcase Resourcs:
    • 'Showcase Examples with Video' is what we have used to reference this resource. However, it is more than just video. Consider that this asset is a series of vignettes about the impact and benefits of web accessibility with accompanying text and links to other resources.
    • Please read the resource title discussion in the minutes of 04 March, then answer the corresponding survey question in the Weekly Survey.
  4. Accessible UI Components List: There are multiple questions on this weeks survey about including or excluding various categories or "buckets" to place components into when they are submitted. The categories are bulleted below. Please complete the survey questions in the Weekly Survey to provide your input and recommendations.
    • Themes
    • Snippets or Demos
    • Templates
  5. Submit an Accessible UI Component: Become familiar with the resource user interface!
    • The participation of individuals has been incredibly valuable for the development of the resource. If you haven’t had a chance to look into it, watch this “how to submit” video (password: eowgnow).
    • Then head over to the Accessible UI Components List and submit a component. You need to login with your W3C account.

Updated 26 February:

TWO OPEN SURVEYS - Please complete both by Wednesday 02 March
Showcase Video, Final script approval: Scripts 6 - 10 survey
The current EOWG weekly survey is open and includes the following questions or confirmations:

  1. Review Summary/Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read the 26 Feb summary, minutes and resolutions.
  2. Title of the Showcase Resourcs: Please give some consideration to title of this video collection: Issue #8: what to link to?
    Conisder the following as you think about a name. Complete the corresponding Weekly Survey question.
    • Each example highlights an accessibility feature that is critical for people with disabilities but beneficial for many more;
    • The target audience are people who are new to web accessibility, possibly to the extent that they do not even know what it is;
    • These are all examples and rough descriptions of web accessibility, not any normative guidance or interpretation of the requirements;
    • Each video links back to this resource, which provides additional (brief) background and links to more resources (eg. Getting Started).
  3. Current Showcase Open Issues: Review Current Showcase Examples with Video Open Issues:
    • For example, consider the current idea for a catch phrase for the end of each video. Catch phrase discussion on GitHub.
    • Please add your thoughts to the GitHub issues. Complete the corresponding Weekly Survey question.
  4. Showcase Video, final script approval - Scripts 6 - 10: Complete the separate Scripts 6 - 10 approval survey.

Other work not included in this weeks survey.

  1. Be prepared for the approval to publish v1.1 of the WCAG EM Report Tool. If needed, you may want to review these previous discussions and Resolutions:
  2. More examples of Widgets, Templates & Frameworks are needed for a credible launch of Accessible UI Components. Please send possible additions directly to Eric (ee@w3.org) and copy the Working Group editors email list (wai-eo-editors@w3.org)
  3. Complete the EOWG Teleconference Availability Survey

Updated 22 February

  • Review updates to video scripts and complete approval survey - Due by 25 February end of day

Updated 19 February

  1. When alerted by WAI staff, review updates to video scripts and complete approval survey - two day turnaround for this survey.
  2. Thorough review and approval to publish for public review is coming for the Planning and Managing Web Accessibility resource. This will be open for one week, so not as urgent, but it *is* the thorough review. (See the stages of document review)

Updated 12 February

The current EOWG weekly survey is open and includes the following questions or confirmations:

  1. Review Summary/Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read 12 Jan summary, minutes and resolutions.
  2. Relating Showcase videos to WCAG:
    • In the weekly EOWG teleconference, the question was raised about the relationship of the video topics to WCAG requirements for accessibility. Some topics, like keyboard accessibility, can be directly mapped to WCAG. For other topics, like plain language and large click areas, the relationship is implied rather than explicit.
    • Please review the discussion in today's minutes and consider the importance of this question in determining whether (or not) to include the less directly referenced topics.
    • Submit your response in the Weekly Survey.
  3. Accessibility Requirements for People with Low Vision:
    • Questions 3 & 4 on the Weekly Survey are calling for feedback on the Publication of First Editor's Draft of Accessibility Requirements for People with Low Vision.
    • Please note that survey question 3 outlines specific details and considerations to keep in mind while reviewing the document.
    • Review the document and complete questions 3 & 4 in the Weekly Survey.

Updated 05 February:

The current EOWG weekly survey is open and includes the following questions or confirmations:

  1. Review Summary/Minutes: Those who were not able to attend the teleconference, confirm that you have read 05 Jan summary, minutes and resolutions.

Additional Surveys to complete this week:

  1. Showcase examples with video The Showcase Task Force has worked with the video production company to finalize the draft video scripts. They are now ready for EOWG consideration. Please complete the Showcase Examples February 2016 survey by 10 Feb. There are ten scripts to review, please plan for adequate time to complete these before the survey closes.
  2. Evaluation Tools List 1.1 Eric has updated this resource. Please complete the Evaluation Tools Update survey to indicate that you have reviewed the updates and your approval status toward the changes.
  3. EOWG CSUN Face to Face Meeting - 21-22 March : If you have not done so, please update your Availability for possible face-to-face EOWG meetings in 2016.


Updated 11 January:

The current EOWG weekly survey is open and includes the following questions or confirmations:

  1. Gallery of Accessible Web Components is the temporary name for the resource that is next in queue for EOWG development. Please review the following to be reminded of project purpose and goals.
  2. This name is problematic due to confusion with other W3C resources and lack of clarity. Please brainstorm other possible names for the resource and put your ideas in this week's survey. remember that short names (or subtitles) are good as well as easy acronyms.
  3. We have discussed the need for EOWG participants to step up and be more active in creating rather than simply reviewing new resources. Please give some consideration to current works-in-progress to determine where you may wish to dedicate your time.

20/21 January Special Meeting

Time:

Teleconference:

IRC (optional; info is at: https://www.w3.org/wiki/IRC)

  • Channel: #eo, Server: irc.w3.org, Port: 6665

2015

Updated 27 December

'Weekly survey is open and includes the following questions or confirmations:

  1. EOWG participation
  2. Quick Ref Review selected issues from public comment on the QuickRef prototype. If you have further comment, add to GitHub or the survey.
  3. Planning and Managing Web Accessibility: The Implement and Sustain sections are ready for first review. Also, review the entire resource for a high level look at whether everything is covered, is there excessive redundancy, is the tone correct, etc.
  4. Getting Started Tips Concerns remain about the wording of the alt text Tip for Designers. Please review the suggested update to designing Tip. If you have additional comments or suggestions, please add them to GitHub issue #297.
  5. WCAG-EM Report Tool What to call it? Discussion led to the conclusion that the word "Tool" may be the problem that leads people to believe it is automated. Please review suggestions in the survey and/or add another.

21 Dec

  1. EOWG particiaption
    • Read about EOWG participants contributing more to deliverables directly in 18 Dec minutes.
    • Complete form to rejoin EOWG
      • [done]: [Adina], Andrew, Anna Belle, Brent, David, Eric, George, Howard, James, Kazuhito, Kevin, [Scott H], Sharron, Shawn, Shadi, Susan, Sylvie, [Vivienne]
      • [done]: Accessibility Foundation, AGIMO (Andrew's org), Comcast, Deque, HP, Knowbility, Media Access Australia, Mitsue-Links, NIB.br, Web Key IT
      • {I'm no longer maintaining the lists above — you can see it at DBWG list}
  2. @@

14 Dec

  1. Weekly Survey - Please complete the Work for this week survey by 16 December
  2. Quickref (How to Meet WCAG 2.0)
    1. Review the following issues on GitHub and contribute to the discussion as necessary. A question in this weeks survey contains a proposed solution for each issue issue.
    2. After completing your review of the issues complete the survey question.
  3. Planning and Managing Web Accessibility - Begin the first review of the Plan category of the resource. Add comments in GitHub or directly in the corresponding survey question.
  4. Getting Started Tips: Designing alternative text tip
    1. Review the current GitHub issue #297
    2. Review the discussion minutes from the 11 December EOWG teleconference meeting
    3. During the meeting a new tip title and update to the tip's text were proposed. View the old and new version
    4. Complete corresponding survey question
  5. Getting Started Tips: Alternative text tip new example
    1. Changing the focus of the alternative text tip in Designing means the example is less applicable. There are some options for what example might work in this case. Please consider the suggestions below, and indicate in the survey which ones you think would be suitable to use or other example ideas you feel would support the tip.
      Note: In keeping with most other tips it is likely that there will be only one example used.
      • Media player with visible transcript link
      • Icon with alternative text showing
      • Simple table with a caption below
      • (add other example ideas to the corresponding survey question)
  6. WCAG EM Report Tool Please consider the following and complete the survey.
    • How/what shall we rename the tool?
    • Do we need to add fields for improvement suggestions per criterion, or for recording findings that do not fit within WCAG success criteria?
    • Do we need an accessibility declaration about the report generated in the application?
    • Should ARIA be included more prominently in 1.1, or can it wait?

Week of 4 December

  1. This week's survey is posted. Please prepare by completing the work below and then complete the Dec 4 survey
  2. When a Planning activity has several related WAI resources, the links out are presented in a "For More Information" section. However, in some cases, there is only one related resource. Please review the following options for presentation in that case and use the survey to express your preference:
  3. Quick Ref - disposition of public comments. The following are open comments on the QuickRef. Please review and add comments (if any) in GitHub or the survey.
  4. QuickRef intro Review the suggested edit of "Changes in this panel are reflected on the right:" to "Changes in this panel will change the listed Success Criteria and Techniques." and indicate your acceptance or suggest an alternative in the survey.
  5. WCAG-EM Report Tool Thanks to all who reviewed the UI changes for the WCAG-EM Report Tool prototype. We are moving toward publication of v1.1 by the end of the month. In the meantime, please use the survey to comment on:
    • Confirm there are no additional feature requests for v 1.1
    • A name change is on the table. Please suggest alternatives if you think there should be a change.

Week of 20 November

~ Special Note ~ No EOWG Teleconference call on November 27th. Next call is scheduled for December 4th.

  1. Meeting Minutes: If you missed the 20 November EOWG teleconference meeting, please read the minutes and indicate on the wiki and the weekly survey that you have done so.
  2. Planning Resource:
    1. Initiate Content: The content for the Initiate section of the planning resource is ready for a first review. Take time to thoroughly review the Initiate overview page and each activity page. The weekly survey will contain directions to gather your feedback.
    2. Resource name: The planning resource needs a new name. Discussion in the last two meetings and an earlier survey have led to the most favorable options for a permanent name for this resource. Please consider the planning resource and it's purpose. A question on the weekly survey will contain direction for your input on the proposed options.
  3. WCAG-EM Report Tool (continued): Summary and background in 20 Nov minutes. Questions are carried over into this week's survey and an option to say if you already answered. Please review and comment on your status toward the changes made to the WCAG-EM Report Tool and those omitted. These are extensive comments and Wilco will attend the 4 Dec meeting so there is likely to be continued opportunity to consider these changes.
  4. longdesc placement in Images Tutorial: A GitHub issue was raised about suggesting longdesc as the first approach to describing complex images. An alternative order for tutorial topics has been suggested and an updated Images Tutorial pull request made which is under consideration and review. Please review and prepare for future discussion. To understand the different perspectives, please review
  5. Weekly Survey: Complete the EOWG weekly survey.
  6. Getting Started Tips Approval Survey: Complete the EOWG Publication Approval – Getting Started Tips Changes survey by 02 December.
    • The Getting Started Tips have been updated based on feedback from EOWG. Please review the Tips development version to confirm your satisfaction with these changes, and to approve its publication. The survey outlines the changes made and has directions on providing feedback and approval.

Week of 06 November 2015

  1. Complete Review of Quickref Prototype survey by 10 November
  2. We received a couple of public comments to the publication of the Getting Started Tips. Please review the draft response and comment in GitHub if you have suggestions for improvement.
  3. Review design, appearance, and structure of the current prototype of the Planning Roadmap. Add comments or suggestions in GitHub or the survey.
  4. Complete 06 Nov weekly survey by 11 November
  5. Holidays are coming - update your Availability for Upcoming EOWG Teleconferences
  6. Looking at your calendar for next year, start thinking about the possibility for attending EOWG F2F meetings in 2016.

Week of 30 October 2015

  1. Planning resource (currently titled Web Accessibility Roadmap):
    • Planning/Categories captures all the sections within the Planning Roadmap resource and activities important to undertake in that phase of the project or programme.
      • Spend time looking through the Categories document and the Planning prototype Note: Currently the prototype has only the top level for all sections and the whole of the Initiate section developed.
      • Consider the high level categories being used in the Planning Roadmap; Initiate, Plan, Implement, Monitor. Are there any big gaps? Do the categories work for splitting out planning activities? Is the terminology understandable?
      • Within each high level category is a set of activities. While reviewing these activities for each category please consider the following: Are there any additional activities that might help? Are any of the activities too broad, too narrow? Are any of the activities much more important than others? Should any of these activities be in other categories?
      • The survey for this week will reflect this work and give direction on providing feedback.
  2. QuickRef
    • Continue to review current navigation and filtering functionality of the QuickRef redesign
      • Become more familiar with the filtering functionality and Filtered Success Criteria section when filters are being used
      • Become more familiar with the scroll bars and the location of the footer section
      • An additional survey designed for the EO and WCAG Working Groups will be available early next week as a way to provide further feedback and approval for QuickRef public review
    • Tags Taxonomy - A smaller group of participants are currently working on a taxonomy of tags for activities by role for the QuickRef redesign. This work is based on the concept outlined in GitHub Issue #28. To add input, revisit issue and comment as appropriate.
  3. Complete 30 Oct weekly survey by 04 November
  4. Complete Review of Quickref Prototype survey by 10 November