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Media Subteam Minutes for Tuesday 8 June

From: Janina Sajka <janina@rednote.net>
Date: Fri, 8 Jun 2012 20:30:59 -0400
To: HTML Accessibility Task Force <public-html-a11y@w3.org>
Message-ID: <20120609003059.GE4062@sonata.rednote.net>
Minutes from the HTML-A11Y Task Force Media Subteam teleconference of Friday 8 June are provided below as text, and are available as hypertext at:

http://www.w3.org/2012/06/08-media-minutes.html


   W3C

                                                           - DRAFT -

                                                    HTML-A11Y teleconference

08 Jun 2012

   See also: IRC log

Attendees

   Present
          Janina_Sajka, JF, silvia

   Regrets
   Chair
          John_Foliot

   Scribe
          Janina_Sajka

Contents

     * Topics
         1. Issue-194 Approaches
         2. focus control on video
     * Summary of Action Items
     __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

   <scribe> Scribe: Janina_Sajka

   <scribe> agenda: this

Issue-194 Approaches

   Ted, PS: Thanks for bringing Issue-204 back to substance

   I think the other way around? Only on html-wg?

   Well, I seem to have made Sam really sensitive over WG territory, or something. I was also only trying to get back to
   the essence.

   <silvia> yeah, Janina announced the meeting yesterday

   jf: I've read your emails, Silvia
   ... I did get distracted during the day, though
   ... Concerned about what authors are actually doing--where our discouragement won't help
   ... Problem is that there's emergent legislation ...

   js: Actually, not emergent legislation--the laws oare on the books. It's regulatory--new regs for video description and
   captioning, plus refreshes of Sec. 508 regs

   Silvia: I've come around, john, to your earlier approach from months ago -- with some additions
   ... removed transcript element because we want to hold that one for the day we can introduce interactive transcript
   ... If I can get browsers to agree on it?

   [janina and jf agree]

   jf: We need to support rich text transcript.

   silvia: Yes, it's behind a uri, so can be a full html page, etc., etc

   jf: a DAISY, a PDF, etc.

   silvia: yes

   jf: Is there a way to target where the transcript will be rendered?

   silvia: yes

   <JF> @transcript="transcript.html; target=foo"

   silviA: why? don't need to do that? web dev knows what to do. Don't think it's necessary

   jf: So, if there's a way to access the transcript, how does one target where it's rendered

   js: How does the user get to identify where they want it rendered

   silvia: user doesn't get to control web page layout

   <silvia> @transcript="http://example.com/transcript.html#transcript"

   <silvia> @transcript="http://example.com/transcript.html#transcript"

   <JF> 1)

   <JF> <video transcript="transcript.html"></video>

   <JF> - launches transcript.html in main browser window (default)

   <JF> - can we also make it so that instead of replacing video.html with transcript.html that the user is prompted to
   save the file?

   <JF> 2)

   <JF> <video transcript="transcript.html></video>

   <JF> <div id="transcript_region"></div>

   <JF> - how do we target the transcript to "show" inside this div? Do we even want that?

   <silvia> <video transcript="http://[this_page_url]#transcript"></video>

   [we're looking at scenarios where users ask for rendering somewhere specific on page ...]

   <silvia> <div id="transcript"><a href="transcript.html">Transcript</a></div>

   <silvia> 
 or

   <silvia> <video transcript="http://[this_page_url]/transcript.html"></video>

   <silvia> <div id="transcript"><a href="transcript.html">Transcript</a></div>

   <silvia> s/<video transcript="http://[this_page_url]/transcript.html"></video>/<video
   transcript="http://[this_domain]/transcript.html"></video>/

   <JF> <video transcript="transcript.html></video>

   <JF> <div id="transcript_region" role="transcript"></div>

   <JF> <video transcript="transcript.html></video>

   <JF> <div id="transcript_region" aria-labelledby="transcript"></div>

   <JF> <div id="transcript_region" aria-label="transcript"><a href="page.html" role="transcript">transcript</a></div>

   <JF> <div id="transcript_region" aria-label="transcript region">

   <silvia> ...

   <silvia> <video transcript="http://[this_age]#transcript"></video>

   <silvia> <div id="transcript" role="transcript">This is the actualtranscript.</div>

   janina: Suggest we ask ARIA to consider this in ARIA 1.1 in order to wholistically consider all the aspects of video
   a11y support together
   ... If it's going to be an ARIA role, the soonest we could have it would be aria 1.1 anyway.
   ... I'm less clear on making it an html role

   jf: Think it's OK, but a stop-gap until we have transcript element for interactive----whatever the interactive
   mechanism/element can be picked up directly by AT

   <silvia> <video transcript="http://[this_page_url]/transcript.html"></video>

   <silvia> <iframe id="transcript">Transcript</iframe>

   <silvia> s/<iframe id="transcript">Transcript</iframe>/<iframe id="transcript"
   src="transcript.html">Transcript</iframe>/

   [the three of us are in agreement on this approach. Silvia will take it forward]

   silvia: I'll create an example page and a new CP

focus control on video

   silvia: have observed with voice over and with cromevox that video never gets focus

   janina: implementation issue, i think AT is waiting for spec to settle down

   jf: scripted or native controls?

   silvia: native

   janina: good

   <JF> ,video src="file.mp4" autostart></video>

   <silvia> <video src="video.mpg"></video>

   <JF> <video src="video.mpg" control></video>

   <JF> <video src="video.mpg" onclick=(play)></video>

   janina: this is all implementation.
   ... for now it's browser dependent
   ... hopefully we'll soon have IndieUI Events 1.0 to help

   <JF> <video src="video.mpg" onfocus=(do something)></video>

   <JF> <video src="video.mpg" onfocus=(allow to do something)></video>

   [we're discussing whether the video element needs to be defined in spec as an interactive element]

   [we believe it does]

   [Also an HTML landmark?]

   jf: Could put a video inside canvas, so also need an ARIA landmark

   [Agreement to ask for three ARIA landmarks: Video, Audio, and Transcript]

   jf: Also suggest whether we want native HTML landmarks

   janina: Concerned these may be quashed as new features

   <scribe> ACTION: Janina to dig up spec sections on interactive elements, landmarks, etc [recorded in
   http://www.w3.org/2012/06/08-media-minutes.html#action01]

   <silvia> http://dev.w3.org/html5/spec/editing.html#focusable

   jf: Ah, they're called "sections" -- Sec 4.4

   <JF> http://dev.w3.org/html5/spec/the-section-element.html#the-section-element

   silvia: I'd like to see audio and video focusable for kybd nav when they're visible on page

   janina: ++1

   jf: Directing to section on page called "Beld & Suspenders"
   ... Screen 14 in that presentation

   <JF> http://www.w3.org/WAI/PF/aria-implementation/#mapping_role_table

Summary of Action Items

   [NEW] ACTION: Janina to dig up spec sections on interactive elements, landmarks, etc [recorded in
   http://www.w3.org/2012/06/08-media-minutes.html#action01]

   [End of minutes]
     __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


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