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Minutes of Silver meeting of 2 March

From: Jeanne Spellman <jspellman@spellmanconsulting.com>
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2018 12:10:19 -0500
To: Silver Task Force <public-silver@w3.org>
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       [1] http://www.w3.org/

                                - DRAFT -

                     Silver Task Force Teleconference

02 Mar 2018


           JaEunJemmkuj, Jan, Jeanne, Jennison  Charles, Imelda, JohnM, Kelsey, Shari, Shawn


           jeanne, shawn



      * [2]Topics
          1. [3]review status of research, assign any items needing
          2. [4]review Summary slide deck
          3. [5]email to participants
          4. [6]Thanks to all who pushed so hard to get the
             research done
      * [7]Summary of Action Items
      * [8]Summary of Resolutions

    <jeanne> Research Summary doc <-

       [9] https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1POs7orJ4ALB0bq5_vyo4v8RxDcr-5ctwD1noVgpXuJc/edit?usp=sharing

review status of research, assign any items needing completion

    Jeanne: The Job Stories are complete, and we are waiting for
    final publish. I will put it on community group as a draft, and
    move to final status later.
    ... Problem Statements are also complete.

    Shari: I have uploaded the Summaries into the Google Drive.
    ... The Internet of Things is good, and the research is good.

    Jeanne: Next action is to add it to the summary. I think I can
    do that.
    ... The Mike Crabbe papers - we'll need to tie up some loose
    ends there.
    ... The Eleanor Acanoa (sp?) paper is done, that needs to be

    <jeanne> Research Status Overview <-

      [10] https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ropTpocIdthjnkaGILjZRPrerAFGDNGXVstSOny45Zo/edit?usp=sharing

    Jeanne: [Eleanor Lioacono]
    ... The Usability survey - the conclusions for the summary are
    sort of done.

    <jeanne> Summary Report Slide Deck <-

      [11] https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1POs7orJ4ALB0bq5_vyo4v8RxDcr-5ctwD1noVgpXuJc/edit?usp=sharing

    Jeanne: Slide 18 - Dave was able to pull from a usability

    Shawn: People will wonder what makes these SC usable vs
    ... The ones marked most usable all have simpler rules.
    Concrete and easy to understand.
    ... Some of the others are more about prevention, and cover
    more ground.
    ... Even if we don't have stats on why some are more usable, we
    can still do analysis on differences between the two (columns).
    ... This is helpful, it can inform further research on our part
    after the design sprint. We can keep it in mind during the
    design sprint.

    Jeanne: The international translations probably won't make the
    design sprint.

    <Charles> key findings:

      [12] https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iOut3_i1JBQu5_16plZ8u7xCd66T4TbW2zPR1KmWWF4/edit?usp=sharing

    Kelsey: The WCAG Conformance Survey Key Findings - we had 49
    participants, and 8 declined to report on demographic
    ... We've been organizing the data from the most common
    ... We made brief claims based on the research findings, we'll
    probably expand on that in the conclusions.
    ... It's not complete yet.

    Charles: I'll work on fleshing out the conclusions and key
    opportunities over this weekend.

    Jeanne: It would be great if we could send it out for Monday.

    Charles: The sample size is small, but the Roles is
    ... My expectation is that this needs to be closer to an
    academic paper, for a research summary.
    ... I'd like the introductory part to say that it's
    statistically significant, based on the types of people who

    Jeanne: I'll contact Sarah Horton about the stats part.

    Jennison: I think our sample is a convenient sample, so it's as
    significant as we could get.

    Shari: These are not empirical research studies. The professors
    used students who were available. But it does have some
    relevance / significance.

    Imelda: With a smaller sample size, it limits what can be put
    into an academic format.

    Kelsey: 25 of the people who took the survey have
    "accessibility" in their job title. Several of the other roles
    were technical.

    Charles: I'll work on the key opportunities over the weekend.

    Jeanne: We'll finish the legacy interviews this week.

    <Charles> reminder, I have to drop off the call @10:25

    Jeanne: Jan and I just need to polish up the document.

    <Kelsey> Here's the draft:

      [13] https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Zrzm9i9AsNo4_0qZY7GXrYYZy1o399kg_92Lc3wDSdc/edit

    Jeanne: The Conference feedback draft doc is almost done, just
    needs polishing.
    ... The Literature Review is being reviewed, we'll have it
    ... We'll make it a priority next week.

review Summary slide deck


      [14] https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1POs7orJ4ALB0bq5_vyo4v8RxDcr-5ctwD1noVgpXuJc/edit?usp=sharing

    Shawn: We should also share these slides as HTML and PDF, and
    share links to all 3.

    Jeanne: Shawn, can you work on drafting the email to the

    Shawn: This afternoon I can.
    ... Can we make sure all the participants are in the
    spreadsheet? Because there were some late additions.

    Jeanne: Shawn: That was the link for the Silver Design Sprint

    Jennison: We need to talk about the CSUN presentation - maybe
    next week - we can leverage pieces of the slide deck.

email to participants

Thanks to all who pushed so hard to get the research done

Summary of Action Items

Summary of Resolutions

    [End of minutes]
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