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From: Velleman, Eric <evelleman@bartimeus.nl>
Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2012 09:12:09 +0000
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Dear Eval TF,

The next teleconference is scheduled for Thursday 12 January 2012 at:
  * 15:00 to 16:00 UTC
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  * 07:00 to 08:00 North American Pacific Time (PT)
  * 23:00 to 24:00 Western Australia Time

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The teleconference information is: (Passcode 3825 - "EVAL")
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AGENDA:

#1. Welcome, Scribe…

#2. New version of the Methodology

Will try to send around a new version of the document before the meeting

#3. Specific discussion on section 5.4 Barrier Recognition
We want to provide guidance for barrier recognition. We discussed this partly last week. Can we stop sampling if there are no new errors found? We concluded: yes. But how do we describe that? This can seriously help limit the size of the sample and therefore evaluation time. But how do we handle barrier recognition when evaluators collect the sample manually (without tools). Also the group proposed to give an indication of the frequency of a barrier.

#4. Specific discussion on section 5.5 Error Margin

Example: If one out of 1 million images on a website fails the alt-attribute this could mean that the complete websites scores a fail even if the “impact” would be very low. How do we define an error margin to cover these non-structural errors that have a low impact. This is already partly covered inside WCAG 2.0. But input and discussion would be great.

Regards,

Eric

Received on Wednesday, 11 January 2012 09:16:15 GMT

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