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Subject: 07 September 2006 Agenda =============================


7 September 2006 Agenda


Meeting Information

Time: 21:00 UTC, 6 AM Eastern Australia, 10 PM Central Europe,

4 PM Eastern US

Length: up to 2 hours.

Bridge: +1.617.761.6200 Passcode: 9224#

IRC: irc.w3.org port: 6665 channel #wai-wcag


1.) Announcements, Questions, and Updates


2.) Team B Survey

       Survey: <http://tinyurl.com/gc9mw>


3.) Team C Survey

      Survey: <http://tinyurl.com/olovn>


4.) Baseline - how to handle extensions and unsupported components  --
See posting to the GL list 


5.) Web sets and Web units



If time allows, we will be discussing the topic of WEB-UNITS and
SET-OF-WEB-UNITS and also Authored Units.   

Here are all the SC that use these terms. 


List of SC related to Web unit, sets of Web unites or authored unit:


2.2.2 Blinking:  Content does not blink for more than three seconds, or
a method is available to stop all blinking content in the Web unit or
authored component.


2.4.1 Bypass Blocks:  A mechanism is available to bypass blocks of
content that are repeated on multiple Web units.


2.4.2 Multiple Ways:  More than one way is available to locate content
within a set of Web units where content is not the result of, or a step
in, a process.


2.4.3 Unit Titled:  Web units have descriptive titles.


2.4.6 Focus Order:  When a Web unit or authored component is navigated
sequentially, components receive focus in an order that follows
relationships and sequences in the content.


2.4.7 Location:  Information about the user's location within a set of
Web units is available.


3.1.1 Lang. of Unit:  The default natural language of the Web unit can
be programmatically determined.


3.1.2 Lang. of Parts:  The natural language of each passage or phrase in
the Web unit can be programmatically determined.


3.2.2 On Input:  Changing the setting of any user interface component
does not automatically cause a change of context unless the authored
unit contains instructions before the component that describe the


3.2.3 Consistent Navigation:  Navigational mechanisms that are repeated
on multiple Web units within a set of Web units occur in the same
relative order each time they are repeated, unless a change is initiated
by the user.


3.2.4 Consistent ID:  Components that have the same functionality within
a set of Web units are identified consistently.


4.1.1 Parsing:  Web units or authored components can be parsed
unambiguously, and the relationships in the resulting data structure are
also unambiguous.

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