Re: TPAC follow-up: required reading

Dear Sheri:

Yes, you're on the right track; but, we're considering at these as a starting point. Your participation in our review, or even just comments on draft documents when we get to FPWD, will be most welcome. To get engaged now there are good minutes from recent RQTF teleconference conversations in our post TPAC minutes:



Sheri Byrne Haber writes:
> For digital wallets are you referring to things like the Apple Wallet on iPhones, or crypto currency wallets, or something else I am missing?
> Thanks,
> Sheri
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> We want to thank you for a most helpful joint meeting during TPAC in Vancouver last month. We're highly encouraged by the possibilities our joint efforts identified as development directions for accessibility support in your W3C specifications.
> As suggested during our joint meeting, we've begun an analysis of digital wallets in our Research Questions Task Force (RQTF). This work will most likely result in another in our series of accessibility user requirements documents in the belief and expectation that our work will help identify how to capture meaningful support in future normative W3C specifications.
> To that end we have an early question for you. What reading would you recommend as we begin to familiarize ourselves with your technologies? What should we read first, and so forth? Your guidance on this would actually be very helpful!
> Thanking you again for a productive conversation at TPAC, and looking forward to work we can develop through our joint efforts,
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Janina Sajka (she/her/hers)
Accessibility Consultant

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
Co-Chair, Accessible Platform Architectures

Linux Foundation Fellow

Received on Thursday, 13 October 2022 11:55:27 UTC