[Accessibility] Accessibility conference call 04/16/03

JP Schnapper-Casteras jpsc at stanford.edu
Mon Apr 14 19:41:40 PDT 2003

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-----Original Message-----
From: accessibility-admin at freestandards.org
[mailto:accessibility-admin at freestandards.org]On Behalf Of Doug Beattie
Sent: Monday, April 14, 2003 1:44 PM
To: accessibility at freestandards.org
Cc: mcneil at freestandards.org
Subject: [Accessibility] Accessibility conference call 04/16/03

This agenda is bein sent out on behalf on Janina who is tied up today
in meetings.

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Announcing the 16 April 2003 meeting of the Accessibility Workgroup

 Wednesday,  April 16  18:00 GMT
   --   20:00 CET  (Berlin)
   --   19:00 WET  (London)
   --   14:00 EDT  (New York)
   --   13:00 CDT  (Chicago)
   --   12:00 MDT  (Salt Lake City)
   --   11:00 PDT  (San Francisco)
   --   03:00 JST  (Tokyo) (04/17/03)

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1. Welcome and review of the corrected minutes from our last meeting
    These minutes will be sent out later 04/14/03.

2. Ask for a volunteer scribe to record the minutes of this meeting.

3. Old Business

        a. Discuss and finalize our group's goal(s)/mission statement

        b. Continued Discussion (from our last 2 meetings) --
            How do we evaluate the GNOME (ATK) at-spi against our larger
             requirements (KDE, Console, etc).
            Other early steps, e.g. who can evaluate kernel-based AT
             opportunity/issues vis a vis an extended AT-SPI?

        c. Rolling up our sleeves: Devise short term plan of action
            and assign tasks/dates.

4. New Business
        a. Our Web page issues?
        b. freestandards.org accessibility evaluation

5. Next Meeting
    Set dates through May 7, if possible

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