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Re: AGENDA: W3C User Agent Teleconference 9 January 2001

From: Ian Jacobs <ij@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 08 Jan 2001 09:53:36 -0500
Message-ID: <3A59D470.548DA8F0@w3.org>
To: Jon Gunderson <jongund@uiuc.edu>
CC: w3c-wai-ua@w3.org
Jon Gunderson wrote:
> Open Action Items
>     1.IJ: Update 8.8 techniques.

Not done.
>     2.IJ: Put up UAWG meeting page for meeting week of technical plenary.
> Link to Plenary meeting page.

Not done.
>     3.IJ: Follow up with Greg Lowney on issue 389

>     4.IJ: (Issue 387) Propose new wording for check point 8.4 reflecting
> discussion on 28 November

>     5.IJ, EH, AG: Propose new definitions forterms in question
> (equivalence, text element, etc.)

>     6.IJ: Get wording from Martin for thisrequirement (e.g., "conform",
> "implement", etc.) for issue 327

>     7.IJ: Propose new checkpoints/modifiedcheckpoints for 8.2.

>     8.IJ: Add some more explanation about the difference between 7.3 and7.4.

Done (next draft)
>     9.IJ: Add to techniques a link to Adobe's accessible PDF information.

Done (next draft)
>    10.IJ and AG: Revise the applicability provision and send to WG.

>    11.IJ: Ask Adobe why this is hard (issue 382)

>    12.IJ: 1.4 needs to be re-written in light of changes in checkpoint 1.1.

>    13.IJ: Proposed text in 2.1

>    14.IJ: Add a note to 5.8 - content requirements may also apply to user
> interface

Added to techniques.
>    15.IJ: Mention that resizing and overiding absolute values is part of
> some specification in section 1.2

Done (next draft)
>    16.IJ: Clarify the meaning of system colors

Done (next draft). Use the expression "systems and fonts supported
by the system" instead (words of reviewer).
>    17.IJ:
>       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

Done (next draft)
>    18.IJ: Add technique to checkpoint 4.12 to make clear that:
>       - This includes author-override if speech engine allows.
>       - This includes whatever granularity offered by speech engine.

Done (next draft)
>    19.IJ: Add a clarifying note to 4.11 that if you allow independent
> control of all sources of audio, you satisfy the checkpoint as well.

Done (next draft)

The remaining ones not done yet.
>    20.IJ: Add a P3 checkpoint on user control of windows that automatically
> close

>    21.IJ: Add a clarification to checkpoint 4.20 including:
>            If a viewport includes other viewports, then this requirement
> only applies to the topmost viewport.
>            Add a Note that other requirements still apply to sub-viewports
>    22.IJ: Delete second sentence from 4.21
>    23.IJ: Add to end of first sentence "with which it overlaps" in
> checkpoint 4.21
>    24.IJ: Add "that benefit accessibility" to end of second sentence of
> checkpoint 5.8
>    25.IJ: Put a note in the definition of active element that this does not
> include selection. (optional clarification note)
>    26.IJ: Include selection and focus in note after 1.1 as examples of what
> must be done.

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