RE: resolution from today's call


            Ideas include identifying trigger topics. Janina's suggested  having an advocacy set up, were the people drafting a proposal such as a success criteria are not typically the same people as thoughs defending it to wcag.We want people with the benifit of personal experience to be able to participate in this work, but some of the processes could make that impossible. We need to think about what accomidation is needed so that this can work.All the bestLisa SeemanLinkedIn, Twitter---- On Tue, 24 Jan 2017 02:50:46 +0200  Thaddeus .<> wrote ----Hi Michael, I believe this is based on the following list: A current or future member of the task force my have direct experience with one or more of the disabilities listed. In some cases symptoms may be triggered by discussing the condition or a person impacted by a condition could have an unexpected response to the material. I think one of the goals would be how to best accomodate group members in this situation.         Hi all   I don’t really understand what “sensitive topics” (below) means. I read the minutes and didn’t see anything that helped me to understand this.   Best regards   Mike      From: lisa.seeman []  Sent: 23 January 2017 19:54 To: lisa.seeman <> Cc: public-cognitive-a11y-tf <> Subject: resolution from today's call       Hi Folks       On today's call we agreed to create guidance on working on sensitive topics and emotional disabilities    Please let me know any objection in the next 48 hours.          All the best  Lisa Seeman  LinkedIn, Twitter         ---- On Mon, 23 Jan 2017 20:55:12 +0200 lisa.seeman<>  wrote ----      Hi Folks The minutes from today's call is at  Thanks Jim for scribing  All the best  Lisa Seeman  LinkedIn, Twitter                  


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