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RE: WAI-AGE Task Force - Agenda, Jan 14

From: <Anna.Zhuang@nokia.com>
Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2009 14:34:03 +0200
Message-ID: <3BC2FE905D10D347883DB304D48FDC8401924705@vaebe102.NOE.Nokia.com>
To: <andrew@w3.org>, <public-wai-age@w3.org>


 Hello Andrew,

As often comments via e-mail. Perhaps will skip the call.

Slides [1] 
==========
* You may wish to add a chart on the slide "who is affected".
* I like "Looking forward..." slides. 
* For the slide "Looking forward: Europe" you need to test it with
projector. I am afraid such slide may be projected well without the need
for scrolling.
* I don't really like the title "Old People are different" The 3 bullets
are not a myth but the truth which is however changing rapidly. Also the
speed of change is largely country specific. Old people are different by
the virtue of disabilities presented on the previous slides. How about
the title "Changing landscape"? Then replace the word "myths" with "It
is widely assumed that:". Then leave all the 3 bullets as they are anf
instead of "Changing rapidly"  say "... But the world is changing
rapidly". 
* Slide "Literature observations". Need to add a sentence before the
bullets, else it is not clear what these bullets are all about. They do
not connect well to the title.
* Slide "Documents for revision". I am not sure why this slide is there.
Are we trying to engage recepients of this presentation to review some
docs? These docs may be published by the time presentation is given. If
you wish to keep this list without specific desire for review by
presentation audience perhaps can change the title to "Document under
development". Still this slideset will have to be updated whenever some
of those docs is published.
* IMO with some polishing these slides can be published.

Web Page [3]
========
* I like the way it looks but can not view anything other than
""Accessible version"
Web Page [4]
========
* Annotations is a good thing but need to make icons more eye catching.
Else they blend with the page.
* I have not found any icon for G115
* General comment. I assume it will be explained boldly somewhere that
the purpose of the exercise to show that the same result can be achieved
by using accessibility techniques. But I still would like to have also
the demo where it is shown how complex page is leveraged to be
accessible. 
Doc [5]
=======
* I would add a section before Introduction to explain who this document
is for, like people with disabilities who experience problems with some
site, advocates for disabled and ageing population, anyone concerned
with site's usability causing barriers for people with or without
disabilities. So in other words I would raise the last paragraph of
Introduction to a separate section placed before Introduction. 
* I am not overly comfortable with the title of the doc. Response by its
nature is reactive measure and the document promotes proactive approach.
How about "Reporting to..." or "Communicating with..."

Br, Anna




>-----Original Message-----
>From: public-wai-age-request@w3.org 
>[mailto:public-wai-age-request@w3.org] On Behalf Of ext Andrew Arch
>Sent: Monday, January 12, 2009 7:24 PM
>To: public-wai-age@w3.org
>Subject: WAI-AGE Task Force - Agenda, Jan 14
>
>
>Dear Task Force,
>
>As previously advised, we are meeting this Wednesday at the usual time:
>   http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/wai-age/teleconf.html#meetings
>Teleconference Bridge:
>   +33.4.89.06.34.99 / +44.117.370.6152 / +1.617.761.6200 
>Teleconference code: 9243# (WAGE#)
>IRC: Channel - #waiage; server - irc.w3.org; port - 6665
>
>*Agenda:*
>1. Slide set introducing WAI-AGE (40 mins) Please review the 
>slides [1] prior to the call. For consideration during the 
>call, please think about:
>  - impressions regarding the demographics material with the 
>graphs and extra countries
>  - impressions on the speakers notes - too much? too little?
>  - anything missing? can we release?
>[1] http://www.w3.org/WAI/WAI-AGE/Drafts/slides/overview.html
>[2] http://www.w3.org/WAI/WAI-AGE/Drafts/slides/cl-waiage-slides.html
>
>2. Before and After Demo (BAD) site (20 mins) Shadi advises 
>that good progress is being made on this deliverable and would 
>like to give an update. He will present the new Demo 
>navigation [3] and the concept for the annotated pages [4] and 
>seeks general feedback on the direction.
>[3] http://ericeggert.net/badtf/index/
>[4] http://www.wienfluss.net/BAD/inbetween/inbetween_after.html
>
>3. Responding to organisations with inaccessible websites (30 
>mins) A first draft of the document has been prepared [5], and 
>the requirements [6] have been updated with feedback from the 
>EOWG face-to-face meeting last year. Questions for the teleconference:
>  - first impressions
>  - section by section overview
>  - any samples you are are aware of?
>  - additional resources
>[5] http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/Drafts/responding/Overview.html
>[6] http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/changelogs/cl-responding.html
>
>Thank you, Andrew
>
>--
>Andrew Arch
>Web Accessibility and Ageing Specialist
>W3C/ERCIM, Sophia Antipolis, France
>Ph +33 (0)4 92 38 79 46
>www.w3.org/WAI/WAI-AGE/
>
>
Received on Wednesday, 14 January 2009 12:35:46 UTC

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