The Protocols and Formats Working Group is no longer chartered to operate. Its work will continue in two new Working Groups:

  • Accessible Platform Architectures, to review specifications, develop technical support materials, collaborate with other Working Groups on technology accessibility, and coordinate harmonized accessibility strategies within W3C; and
  • Accessible Rich Internet Applications, to continue development of the Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA) suite of technologies and other technical specifications when needed to bridge known gaps.

Resources from the PFWG remain available to support long-term institutional memory, but this information is of historical value only.

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Meetings/March 2012 Face to Face

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The PFWG is holding a Face to Face meeting from 5 to 7 March 2012 in Austin, Texas. See the meeting page for details.

Ride sharing

People may be staying in a variety of hotels around time, but many of us are likely to be in one of a few hotels near each other in Round Rock, TX. Below is the ride-sharing information.

Name Location Transport
Andi Snow-Weaver Home, NW Austin - can easily pick up anyone on the 183 corridor between 620 and Capital of TX Hwy (360) but I'm not attending every day Room for 3
Rich Schwerdtfeger Home, Round Rock Room for #
Janina Sajka Courtyard, Round Rock Need ride
Michael Cooper Courtyard, Round Rock Room for 4
James Nurthen Four Seasons, Downtown Room for 3 from downtown
Cynthia Shelly
Mary Jo Mueller Home
Joseph Scheuhammer N/A - attending remotely

Remote attendance

Remote attendance is available via our usual dial-in number, +1.617.761.6200 passcode 92473, or sip:0092473@voip.w3.org. We can accommodate up to 7 remote attendees at a time.