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AGENDA: W3C User Agent Telecon 7 December 2000

From: Jon Gunderson <jongund@ux1.cso.uiuc.edu>
Date: Wed, 06 Dec 2000 13:29:56 -0600
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WAI UA Telecon for December 7th, 2000

Chair: Jon Gunderson
Date: Thursday, 7 December
Time: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm Eastern Standard Time, USA
Call-in: Longfellow Bridge (+1) (617) 252-1038


Review Action Items (see details below)


    1.Next User Agent face-to-face meeting in Boston on 1-2 March 2001


    1.Joint meetings with other WAI working groups at our next FTF in March
                XML to XHTML and other presentation langauges: What DOM(s) 
do AT see
                DOM for representing user interface controls and events
                Accessibility implementation requirements
           Mobile Computing
                User interface accessibility issues
                Accessibility implementation requirements
                Accessibility implementation requirements

    2.Issues list changes related to additional last call comments

    3.Issue #399: Checkpoint 4.7: Implementation experience for this?

    4.Issue #400: Checkpoint 4.11: Why limited to sources synchronized to 
play simultanously?

    5.Issue #401: Checkpoint 4.12: Split checkpoint with minreqs in a separate

    6.Issue #402: Checkpoint 4.12: Problem with incremental change (e.g., 
for one wpm case)

    7.Issue #403: Checkpoint 4.12: Need to require override of 
author-specified speeds.

    8.Issue #404: Checkpoint 4.16 (4.17, 8.2): Font requirement implies big 
performance hit, reflow.

    9.Issue #405: Checkpoint 4.17: Need stronger requirement to distinguish 

   10.Issue #406: Checkpoint 4.18: Lower to Priority 3

   11.Issue #407: Checkpoint 4.20: Include requirement to control automatic 
closing of viewports

   12.Issue #408: Checkpoint 4.20: Allow configuration to prompt to open, 
not force manual open.

   13.Issue #409: Checkpoint 4.20: If frames are not opened, what is result?

   14.Issue #410: Checkpoint 4.21: Is this redundant to 4.20?

Action Item Summary

Open Action Items

    1.WG: look for user agents that implement mouse events like mouse over 
with the keyboard.

    2.Action IJ: Follow up with Greg Lowney on issue 389

    3.IJ: (Issue 387) Propose new wording for check point 8.4 reflecting 
discussion on 28 November

    4.IJ: Ask Jason White for CSS implementation information for emacspeak

    5.IJ: Publish new implementation report for the meeting

    6.IJ: Improve wording of note for 4.14 related to CSS reference

    7.IJ, EH, AG: Propose new definitions forterms in question 
(equivalence, text element, etc.)

    8.IJ: Draft new language for 6.2

    9.IJ: Get wording from Martin for thisrequirement (e.g., "conform", 
"implement", etc.) for issue 327

   10.IJ: Talk to the Director about DOM 2 proposal discussed at FTF meeting

   11.IJ: Propose new checkpoints to see how it feels to harmonize the 
requirements related to comments in issue 348.

   12.IJ: Propose new checkpoints/modifiedcheckpoints for 8.2.

   13.IJ: Add some more explanation about the difference between 7.3 and7.4.

   14.IJ: Proposed fixed wording for 7.5

   15.IJ: Add to techniques a link to Adobe's accessible PDF information.

   16.IJ and AG: Revise the applicability provision and send to WG.

   17.IJ: Ask Adobe why this is hard (issue 382)

   18.IJ: 1.4 needs to be re-written in light of changes in checkpoint 1.1.

   19.IJ: Proposed text in 2.1

   20.IJ: Add a note to 5.8 - content requirements may also apply to user 

   21.IJ: Mention that resizing and overiding absolute values is part of 
some specification in section 1.2

   22.IJ: Clarify the meaning of system colors

      a) clarify "recognize style" in checkpoints 4.5
      b) need more rational - refer to WCAG - style less important than 
other content
      c) add note 4.5 - give example of multimedia content that can be 
recognized as style

   24.JG: Implementation information for guideline 2

   25.JG: Propose a list of things we areexpecting UAs to recognize in 

   26.AG: Send a reply to Phill related to issue 362

   27.GR: Review checkpoints in Guideline 10 for implementation information

   28.GR: Talk to Håkon about CSS support.

   29.MQ: Send more details about control of speech parameters for the 
techniques document based on OpenBook.

   30.KB: Submit technique on providing information on current item and 
number of items in search

   31.JA: Review checkpoints in Guideline 4 for implementation information

   32.CMN: Send a proposed definition of equivalent to the group

   33.JG: Ask PF people, especially Rich, about user agents that implement 
mouse events like mouse over with the keyboard next week at ER-PF FTF.

Jon Gunderson, Ph.D., ATP
Coordinator of Assistive Communication and Information Technology
Division of Rehabilitation - Education Services
College of Applied Life Studies
University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign
1207 S. Oak Street, Champaign, IL  61820

Voice: (217) 244-5870
Fax: (217) 333-0248

E-mail: jongund@uiuc.edu

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