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[Minutes] 20 Feb 2003 UAWG teleconference

From: Ian B. Jacobs <ij@w3.org>
Date: 20 Feb 2003 15:21:18 -0500
To: w3c-wai-ua@w3.org
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Hello,

Minutes available as HTML [1] and as text below.

 - Ian

[1] http://www.w3.org/2003/02/20-ua-summary.html

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                  Minutes of 20 Feb 2003 UAWG teleconference

   Present: Jon Gunderson (Chair), Cathy Laws, David Poehlman, Harvey
   Bingham, Colin Kotoles, Ian Jacobs.
   Regrets: Matt May

   Previous meeting: [1]6 Feb 2003

      [1] http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/w3c-wai-ua/2003JanMar/0018.html

   Next meeting: 27 Feb 2003. Regrets: DP, IJ

   The UAWG meets ftf 6-7 March in Boston. We decided we didn't need
   teleconf capabilities.

Review of FTF agenda

   Discussion of [2]Agenda

      [2] http://www.w3.org/WAI/UA/2003/03/ua-meeting

          - QA Docs to be reviewed
          - Dependency tracking tools
          - Process for groups requesting specific test suite cases
          - Status of UAWG test suite work
          - Getting UAWG desired tests into test suites of other groups.
          JG: For discussions with PF/HTML WGs, we have a list of things
          to talk about based on our test suite work.
          CL: I'll do demo with telephony Friday morning.
          Action UAWG: Read XHTML 2.0
          [To be discussed next week]
          JG: QAWG has published three docs in last call

Implementation reports and test suites

          JG: Lots of activity in this area.
          -- Matt submitted new review of IE5 Mac
          -- I have some students working on reviews
          IJ: QAWG has asked that we allow review of UAAG 1.0 against QA
          guidelines to be made public. Is that ok?
          Resolved: Yes
          Action IJ: Say to Lynne Rosenthal that we are fine with that;
          maybe by talking to her we can get AAA.
          JG: In terms of current evaluation reports, students working on
          IE, Realplayer, Mozilla. CL is working on HPR.
          JG: People are going through the current test suite.
          IJ: See the QAWG guidelines for info about contributing tests.
          [UAWG notes that there are well-formedness errors in xml files
          of HTML test suite]
          Action Colin: Debug this XML problem in test suite sources

          Test suites
          JG: Being well-used right now. We will have some new tests
          soon; some of the tests are broken (markup) and we'll fix.
          HB: What about EARL usage?
          JG: We are not yet using EARL.
          IJ: We should give them input based on our experience.
          IJ: I am not tracking EARL progress.
          JG: Could talk to Wendy at ftf meeting.
          JG: Advantages of EARL are, e.g., testing tools.

Involving Beijing

          JG: Difficult for folks in Beijing to join given our current
          schedule.
          What about 8am ET/7 am CT?
          JG: I'd like to have an intro call first, before we reschedule
          a bunch of meetings.
          HB: Would be good to find out what Chinese policies relate to
          accessibility.
          Action JG: Set up an intro meeting in the morning with Beijing
          folks.

Education and outreach

          JG: We're meeting with JB and EOWG at ftf meeting

          There is also a meeting on Friday to discuss the [3]WAI
          Glossary (IJ, HB to attend)

      [3] http://www.w3.org/WAI/GL/Glossary/printable.html

          IJ: UAAG 1.0 reference really old!
          * UAAG10: Working Draft User Agent Accessibility Guidelines,
          2000-07-28 UAAG 1.0
          Action IJ: Ask glossary authors if they can/intend to update
          the references to UAAG 1.0.


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Ian Jacobs (ij@w3.org)   http://www.w3.org/People/Jacobs
Tel:                     +1 718 260-9447
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