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WSTF revised agenda for 15 March 2004

From: Shawn Lawton Henry <shawn@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2004 15:12:54 -0600
To: "'Carol at Kognitive.com'" <carol@kognitive.com>, <public-wai-eo-site@w3.org>
Message-ID: <001a01c40ad2$49d96390$8c3fa842@SLHenry>

> From: Carol at Kognitive.com [mailto:carol@kognitive.com] 
> I will need to miss the 2nd half of the call due to a board 
> meeting I must attend.

We are shifting the order of the agenda to meet Carol's schedule, as

REVISED WAI Site Task Force of EOWG (WSTF) Meeting Agenda for 15 March

Time:	6:00pm-8:00pm US Eastern Time / 22:00-24:00 UTC
Bridge:	+1.617.761.6200, 
		conference code 9783# (WSTF#)
IRC:		channel: #wstf
		server: irc.w3.org
		port: 6665

Background reading:
- messages sent to list
- documents linked below
- issues in #5 below


1. Review material for card sorting (and other?) at CSUN
	- please see information sent to list by Carol & others' replies

2. Issues from Technical Plenary F2F meetings:
	- http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/Drafts/UCD/analysis-sum.html

a. vision:
- definitive resource - consider expanding to include "authoritative"
and "credible" 

b. user groups:
- add "assistive technology developer" (probably under tool developers
- suggestion to identify users in two categories: "technical
implementers" and XYZ (thoughts on that other group: "functional
implementers" or policy, management -type folks)

c. user groups & content list:
- request to define primary audience for each doc or group of content
(we previously questions whether that was worth the effort)

d. personas
- Andrew's concerns about personal information in personas
--- consistency issue, maybe less when have primary (perhaps take out of
--- pros & cons of explaining
--- put secondary, rather than first
--- (also change  college > university)
- identify primary personas

e. tasks
- action item: spell check the list (and for grammar, eg. #7) 
- new task? or already covered? or merge with another?: we contracted
out site development and required it to meet WCAG. how can i tell if it
- new task?: how do people with various disabilities use computers and
Web sites?
- task 52 - add note about "not currently on WAI site"
- task 52 - add: what are the most important recommendations 

3. Update on status, schedule, work plan
	- Next Steps:

4. Review action item status
	- latest version sent to list

5. Discuss distributing draft usability testing results


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