2020 March F2F Meeting at CSUN

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Silver F2F Meeting (Virtual) 2020

The Silver Task Force and Silver Community Group will meet prior to the 2020 CSUN Assistive Technology Conference on 9 & 10 March 2020 (Monday and Tuesday).

The meeting will be held remotely. We will have scheduled blocks of time with breaks.


  • Amazon
  • Pearson


Registration is no longer necessary. Any member of Silver and AGWG can join the call.

Remote Participation

We will be using Zoom Pro instead of WebEx. Monday uses the same meeting code for both sections. Tuesday has a new meeting code which will be used for both sections.

IRC channel


  • Time: Mar 9, 2020
    • 13:00 Universal Time UTC
    • 20:00 Universal Time UTC
  • Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/661097798
  • Meeting ID: 661 097 798
  • Password: silver

One tap mobile Monday

  • US (New York) +16465588656,,661097798#
  • US (San Jose) +16699009128,,661097798#

Dial In Description

  • Dial by your location
       +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
       +1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose)


Meeting ID: 479 346 018 Password: silver

One tap mobile Tuesday

  • US (New York) +16465588656,,479346018#
  • US (San Jose) +16699009128,,479346018#

Dial In Description

  • Dial by your location
       +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
       +1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose)

Groups to coordinate with

  • Cognitive Accessibility Task Force

Agenda Topics

  • Using RFC 2019 in Silver normative guidelines.
  • New content to add to Silver
  • Responding to comments on the FPWD
  • What is normative, and do tests need to be normative?
  • Integrating the ACT tests


Times are in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC -4).

Note that North American Daylight Savings Time changes the day before the meeting.

Monday Part 1 session:

  • 9:00 am - 11:00am ET Monday Part 1 World Clock
    • Introduction and where we are (focus areas in response AGWG comments)
    • Working through the Scoring Example (whole group)

Goals/Discussion points for Scoring Example

  • Scope: Clarify and possible FAQ. How well it work for non-web?
  • Representative Sample: How well will WCAG-EM work for non-web?
  • Scoring the existing guidelines:
    • How well will it work for non-web?
    • How to and how valid is testing Visual Contrast of Text in non-web.
    • How to include the proposed tagging engine in the current draft?
  • Should we include minimums? Does it still gain us what we want from it? ***Priority***

Monday Part 2 session:

Tuesday Part 1 sessions

Tuesday Part 2 session:

  • 7:00PM - 9:00PM ET Tuesday Part 2 World Clock
    • ACT Tests (including: what we want to do, how we can work with them, and can we use the applicability work they have done)
    • Setting up a framework for task completion testing (defining a task)
    • What feedback would Silver like to ask for from publishing the Challenges document?


  • How do we include task completion scoring? ***Priority***
  • What is the framework for defining a task? ***Priority***
  • Totals and Levels: How to get the data we need to make them valid?

Results: Presentations, Documents, Minutes