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Progress Report: 46 Overlay Capabilities

We are working our way through forty-six explicit capabilities that are often facilitated by overlays. This is not a fixed number, it could be expanded or contracted as people contribute more. We’re examining these overlay facts from three essential viewpoints. … Continue reading

Progress Update

We are now meeting regularly on Mondays. See the calendar and join us! What We’re Doing We are working through a dispassionate and technical evaluation of overlay facts, capturing a list of things that overlays do (or claim to do). … Continue reading

December 5 Meeting

Please find below the agenda for our upcoming weekly teleconference for the Accessibility at the Edge Community Group. We are keeping the agenda of the last meeting, which is: Zoom coordinates, meeting ID: 84665535534Meeting passcode is four numerals, which are … Continue reading

Nov 28 Teleconference Agenda

Please find below the agenda for the first weekly teleconference for the Accessibility at the Edge Community Group: Check your email for a calendar notification with Zoom coordinates. Any questions, please direct message me by email and I’ll be happy … Continue reading

Reminder: Teleconference Scheduling

If you haven’t responded please do. We are about to schedule based on the responses we have received, and we don’t want to leave you out. The remaining candidate times are as follows, in EST (with a link to a … Continue reading

What Is Your Preferred Teleconference Day & Hour?

Dear Colleagues, With the W3C Technical Plenary event in Vancouver behind us, we’re excited to canvas our intrepid community group for a Zoom teleconference time. We’d like to propose meeting weekly, at least for a few months to give each … Continue reading

TPAC 2022 Breakout Report

Thanks to everyone who joined our well attended breakout session at TPAC 2022. About 75 people in total attended this inaugural meeting to discuss accessibility at the edge, accessibility overlays, and more.¬†Our goal was to let people be heard, and … Continue reading