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Wishlist for HTML5.1
The following is a list of areas and issues that the Task Force may consider taking up in HTML5.1. Each links to a dedicated wikipage where individuals and/or groups are encouraged to research and possibly demonstrate a need to formally address any of the individual issues.
- 1 Keyboard Interaction
- 2 Full Transcript
- 3 Panels and Panel Sets
- 4 Date pickers
- 5 Looking for owners…
- 6 stuff not happening here much
Ensure interactions, such as focus navigation (e.g. fixing tabindex, accesskeys, etc) and activating elements can be done with keyboards, while working for Touch, Voice etc. (This is a large set of problems, and we deal with it in chunks). Includes keyboard text input issues
- John Foliot, Media Subteam
There is now a draft transcript extension for HTML
- Léonie Watson, chaals, Brian Kardell
- December 18 2014 meeting
- January 22 2015 meeting
- Léonie Watson, Janina Sajka, Joanie Diggs, chaals
- ShaneM, Chaals
ACTION-260 for Shane to present web payments in tf meeting due ASAP
- chaals, John Foliot, Media Subteam
ACTION-329 chaals hopes we can discover that this is mostly dealt with, or being fixed, for HTML.
Looking for owners…
Discussed in july 2014 teleconf
- Lisa Seeman? Media Subteam?, Léonie? MarkS?
- Léonie, chaals, Markku Hakinen?
stuff not happening here much
Jeanne Spellman? Kwasi Mensa? (Mark to follow-up) BBC (Ian Pouncey to follow-up: Update (2014-07-29): Gareth Ford Williams and Jon Howard from the BBC are interested in this)
This is probably a far larger topic than the HTML accessibility Task Force should be taking on
- Lisa Seeman, Rich?
This is generally being done in a WCAG task force
Figure out where HTML should point to UAAG
- Jeanne Spellman
- Media Sub-Team
- Mark, ePub, ARIA
- David and John have taken this item up, with a discussion article on HTML5 footnotes