HTML-A11Y Task Force Agenda; 29 May at 15:00Z for 60 minutes

What:	HTML-A11Y Task Force Teleconference
When:	Thursday 29 May
	 8:00 AM San Francisco -- U.S. Pacific (Daylight) Time	(PDT: UTC -7)
	10:00 AM Austin -- U.S. Central (Daylight) Time		(CDT: UTC -5)
	11:00 AM Boston -- U.S. Eastern (Daylight) Time		(EDT: UTC -4)
	 4:00 PM London -- British (Summer) Time		(BST: UTC +1)
	 5:00 PM Madrid -- Central European Time		(CET: UTC +2)
	 7:00 PM Moscow -- Moscow Standard Time			(MSK: UTC +4)
Where: W3C Teleconference--See Below

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** preliminary agenda for HTML-A11Y Task Force Teleconference 29 May 2014 at 15:00Z for 60 minutes

Meeting: HTML-A11Y Task Force Teleconference
Chair: Janina
agenda+ Identify Scribe
agenda+	Longdesc [See Below]
agenda+	Canvas 2D Status & Next Steps [See Below]
agenda+	Alt Call for Consensus [See Below]
agenda+	Media Subteam
agenda+ Bug Triage [see below]
agenda+	HTML 5.1 Next Steps [See Below]
agenda+	Other Business
agenda+ Identify Scribe for the next TF teleconference
agenda+ be done

** Resource: Task Force Teleconference Minutes
Media Subteam:
Canvas Subteam:
Bug Triage:

Resource: Alternative Text
Call for Consensus:
New HTML Sec.
Useful Alt Techniques:

Resource: Longdesc
CR Exit CfC:
Testing WBS:

Resource: Bug Triage -- Tracked Bugs
New Bugs:
To Review:
5.0 Summary:

Resource: Our HTML 5.1 Objectives

** Resource: Key Task Force URIs
Task Force Wiki:
Scribing History:
Consensus Procedures:
Work Statement:
HTML Plan 2014:
HTML-WG Decision Policy: 

Resource: Teleconference Logistics

*Telephone Logistics
Dial the Zakim bridge using either SIP or the PSTN.
PSTN: +1.617.761.6200 (This is a U.S. number).
You should be prompted for a pass code, which is:
2119# (and which spells "a11y#").

Alternatively, bypass the Zakim prompts and SIP directly into our teleconference.

During the conference you can manage your participation with Zakim commands as follows:
    61# to mute yourself
    60# to unMute yourself
    41# to raise your hand (enter speaking queue)
    40# to lower your hand (exit speaking queue)

The system acknowledges these commands with a rapid, three-tone
confirmation.  Mobile phone users especially should use the mute
function if they don't have a mute function in their phone.  But the
hand-raising function is a good idea for anyone not using IRC.

Instructions for connecting using SIP:
Place for users to contribute additional VoIP tips.

*IRC Logistics
IRC: server:, channel: #html-a11y

* Some helpful Scribing and Participation Tips

For more on the IRC setup and the robots we use for agenda and speaker
queuing and for posting the log to the web, see:

- For RRSAgent, that captures and posts the log with special attention
  to action items:

- For Zakim, the IRC interface to the bridge manager, that will maintain
  speaker and agenda queues:

- For a Web gateway to IRC you can use if your network administrators
  forbid IRC, see:

- For more on W3C use of IRC see:


Janina Sajka,	Phone:	+1.443.300.2200

The Linux Foundation
Chair, Open Accessibility:

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
Chair,	Protocols & Formats
	Indie UI

Received on Thursday, 29 May 2014 02:58:39 UTC