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Minutes from 10 March

From: Janina Sajka <janina@rednote.net>
Date: Sat, 13 Mar 2021 09:21:40 -0500
To: public-wai-cc@w3.org
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Minutes from the WAI Coordination Call of Wednesday 10 March are provided here
as text. Hypertext minutes are at:

https://www.w3.org/2021/03/10-waicc-minutes.html

   W3C

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                                                                                              WAI Coordination Call Teleconference

10 March 2021

   IRC log.

Attendees

   Present
          becky, brent, brentb, George, James, janina, jeanne, Jemma, Judy, Kim_patch, Rachael, shawn, tzviya

   Regrets
          -

   Chair
          -

   Scribe
          janina

Contents

    1. Scribe, rrsagent, agenda check, confirming next meeting, present+
    2. Reminder to your groups of upcoming daylight saving time changes
    3. Is your AC rep aware of your work? Upcoming W3C AC meeting TPAC format input all set?
    4. WAI team doing some reflection on direction and priorities, input on technical and outreach issues?
    5. Upcoming work and publications https://www.w3.org/WAI/cc/wiki/WAI_Announcement_Drafts
    6. Reminder APA charter review
    7. Rescheduling meeting with Immersive captions for the Web CG (Captions in VR and AR)

Meeting minutes

  Scribe, rrsagent, agenda check, confirming next meeting, present+

   jb: Any additions for the agenda?

   [crickets]

   jb: Asks for any regrets for 24 March?

   jb: Could be me--but wanted to check. I'll be here.

   <Zakim> janina, you wanted to note APA availed joint mtgs, but not APA only business

  Reminder to your groups of upcoming daylight saving time changes

   jb: Daylight Time starts Sunday in most of North America

   jb: Asks whether any issues?

   <Judy> ... and then two weeks later in Europe...

   jb: Reminds usefulness to reinforce time change shortly before mtg. People forget

  Is your AC rep aware of your work? Upcoming W3C AC meeting TPAC format input all set?

   mc: Have localized time built into Zoom data pages

   jb: Reminds of AC mtg in April -- W3C member reps

   jb: Suggests updating AC reps with WAI work you're engaged in

  WAI team doing some reflection on direction and priorities, input on technical and outreach issues?

   jb: Expecting more in depth WAI Team priorities/direction discussion over coming weeks

   jb: Wanting to give others an opportunity to raise issues for staff to reflect on ...

   jb: This is looking forward over the next few years ...

   <Rachael> +1 to a joint glossary. We see that in silver and coga too

   bg: Recalls desire for WAI-wide glossary. We have need in various docs.

   bg: Would be helpful to build into our docs by reference

   rm: Looking for increasing emphasis on COGA, but also mental health. Not sure how it fits, but something to consider

   js: Notes need for registry in some TF specs

   jeanne: Need to make our tools more accessible, needs to remain a priority

   jb: Notes regression in Doodle polling

   jb: Asks for any tooling suggestions? Is this a good ongoing topic?

   <Kim_patch> + Tools more accessible these to remain a priority

   jeanne: Suggests license for Google, so we could have protected data in Googld Docs use

   <Judy> JB: isn't that also partly inaccessible?

   <Judy> JSp: depends on disability

   jeanne: Notes have not found one tool that fits all; even within disability category

   jn: Aren't there also geographic restrictions in Google Docs

   sl: Yes

   kd: Switching around is tough for speech input

   <jeanne> last I heard, there were. But if we let people with disabilities use the tools that they need to work in, and find the ways to make it work within W3C.

   kd: Suggests starting with GD; and enabling transformation to other representations

   <brent> Same as what Kim just said

   kd: Speaks up for tools people are accustomed to using

   Brent: New tools are always a learning process; Now we fractured because of so many tools in soo many orgs

   jb: Don't expect a solution from brief discussion; but good to discuss

   Brent: Maybe not solution, but perhaps more mangeable

   <Zakim> jeanne, you wanted to affirm to continue to emphasize tooling

   <Zakim> brent, you wanted to say familiarity

   jb: Wonders whether there are priority issues that need broader discussion?

   <Judy> s/where there are/which are the/

   jeanne: Just what I'm working on; porting email comments into github issues

   jeanne: have several hundred comments from all around the world

   jeanne: have feedback through regular channels but also through intros to the FPWD that we're doing

   jeanne: a bit overwhelming

   jeanne: Encouraging is various regulatory comments; Mostly positive

   jeanne: Still working on scoring

   jeanne: Hopeful response from U.S. Trusted Testor and Access Board

   jb: Requests heads up when working with AB

   jeanne: Yes, invited back in June

   rm: Continuing to explore conformance model and also interaction between the medals levels

   rm: Comments have given us a direction for next months

   jb: To what extent is conformance and testing the same? Related?

   rm: Venn diagram

   jeanne: mostly overlapping

   jeanne: much of what is conformance has moved into scoring

  Upcoming work and publications https://www.w3.org/WAI/cc/wiki/WAI_Announcement_Drafts

   [crickets]

   jb: Latest time frame on Content Usable?

   rm: In COGA CfC; APA next Wednesday; also survey at AG next week

   rm: so maybe a few weeks

   <Rachael> https://raw.githack.com/w3c/coga/consistency_checks/content-usable/index.html

   jb: Asks about coordination with Shawn on messaging?

   rm: Lisa and Roy working on drafts

  Reminder APA charter review

   jb: Asks again if others would like to review?

   <Rachael> I read it. I appreciate them keeping coga in

   <janina> s/asks whether/can please confirm/

   https://raw.githack.com/w3c/apa/charter-2021/charter.html

   <Rachael> I think its this https://raw.githack.com/w3c/apa/charter-2021/charter.html

  Rescheduling meeting with Immersive captions for the Web CG (Captions in VR and AR)

   jb: Has strong deaf community participation

   jb: getting more interested in other WAI and W3C work

   jb: Expressing interest in getting involved in other groups

   jb: So, trying to reschedule this call

   <Rachael> I can join depending on timing

   jb: Looking for participants next Wednesday 17 March

   <Rachael> Next Wednesday I can join at 12:30 EST

   <brent> Any way to get the invite to join the meeting without "joining" the community group?

   jeanne: Would like to connect more closely; captioning guideline is vector to indicate including XR in WCAG 3

   jn: Like to join just for general interest; probably not much relevant to ARIA

   <Zakim> jeanne, you wanted to ask for help with WCAG3 Captions from Immersive Captions

   <brent> I am out all next week on vacation, but happy to join at a later time.

   jb: Reminds APA about community group review

   jb: Wondering any informal networking in virtual CSUN?

   <brent> lazy commitment = "relaxed commitment"?? just an idea to pass along.

   jeanne: axe-con has reasonable seminar tool: slido

   <jamesn> s/AxCon/axe-con/

   jb: Were you able to interact with others in the session?

   jeanne: There are active chat channels

   jn: But many complaints, too


    Minutes manually created (not a transcript), formatted by scribe.perl version 127 (Wed Dec 30 17:39:58 2020 UTC).
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Janina Sajka
https://linkedin.com/in/jsajka

Linux Foundation Fellow
Executive Chair, Accessibility Workgroup:	http://a11y.org

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
Co-Chair, Accessible Platform Architectures	http://www.w3.org/wai/apa
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