RE: draft overview - EPUB Test Grid options

Excellent document. While DAISY has continued on the accessibility testing, it has not been easy. However, DAISY is committed to the effort. If we could find a more efficient mechanism, that would be wonderful.
From: Garth Conboy [] 
Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2017 9:15 AM
To: Brian O'Leary <>
Cc: W3C Publishing Business Group <>
Subject: Re: draft overview - EPUB Test Grid options
Thank you Brian -- excellent analysis.
Good framing for discussion at (hopefully) the next Publishing BG meeting.
On Wed, May 31, 2017 at 7:22 AM, Brian O'Leary < <> > wrote:
First, my apologies for missing last week's meeting, which included an update from me on the EPUB Test Grid. I didn't read the agenda until after the meeting took place, and I didn't realize until then that I was on it.
I've pulled together a summary of options, history, current practice and potential next steps. It includes a note at the outset to explain that the overview is prepared using a BISG perspective. Other organizations and participants may offer alternate views.
I've attached a Word document and a PDF to this e-mail, and I've set up a Google Drive folder with the same documents plus a Google Doc version of the text in the Word document. You can access that folder here:
The link is set to support editing by anyone who has access.
If Rick agrees, we can return this topic to the agenda for June 6. I can provide an overview of the document and its content (short, assuming that everyone will have taken a look before the call) and then we can have a discussion about the options and next steps.
Let me know if you have any questions you'd like to make sure we address on Tuesday.

Brian F. O'Leary
Executive Director, Book Industry Study Group
1412 Broadway, 21st Floor
New York, NY 10018
(646) 336-7141 <tel:(646)%20336-7141> 

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