W3C Web Accessibility Initiative

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
Working Group Meeting
5-6 October 2000
Bristol, England, UK

Registration | Participants | Agenda | Suggested Readings | Logistics | Minutes

The main goals are to:

  1. address issues with drafts of WCAG 2.0,
  2. determine how to incorporate ideas from the Device Independent Authoring Workshop,
  3. develop a draft to be published as a public working draft.


You must register for the meeting if you plan to attend. Registration closes 29 September 2000. A list of those who have registered is available.


Registration is open to participants of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Working Group, participants of the Device Independent Authoring Workshop, and others interested in working on the next version of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.


Thursday, 5 October 2000

Friday, 6 October 2000

7 October - AU WG F2F

The Authoring Tools Working Group will have a face to face meeting on Saturday.

Suggested readings


Meeting place

The meeting is hosted by HP Labs Bristol.

Hewlett Packard
@@@ Bristol, England, UK
Map and directions


Block reservations for any nights between 2-7 October have been made at the following hotels until the deadlines shown. Participants to quote "W3C/HP" when registering.


Bristol is the largest city in the South-West of England, situated 120 miles west of London.

HPLabs is situated 5 miles north of Bristol city centre. Coach transport will be provided each day between the Labs and the recommended hotels.

To reach Bristol by car from London Heathrow Airport, takes about 1 hr 30 mins via the M4 motorway.

Trains from London Paddington station to Bristol Parkway (5 mins taxi from HP and Posthouse Forte Hotel) take 1 hr 20 mins and run every hour. Trains also run to Bristol Temple Meads (city centre and Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel) from London Paddington. The Heathrow Express links Paddington to Heathrow Airport and takes 20 mins.

Bristol International Airport is 6 miles south of the city and provides daily direct flights to Paris and Amsterdam.

(information copied from the Device Independent Authoring Workshop).


A summary of resolutions, action items, and new issues is available.

$Date: 2000/11/08 08:27:11 $ Wendy Chisholm
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