[Accessibility] A11y WG Teleconference, Wednesday 1 September

Kris Van Hees aedil-access at alchar.org
Tue Aug 31 23:53:09 PDT 2004


I should be able to attend.

	Kris

On Tue, Aug 31, 2004 at 07:31:55PM -0400, Janina Sajka wrote:
> Announcing the 1 September 2004 meeting of the Accessibility Workgroup
> 
> IMPORTANT: Please note the new teleconference phone numbers below.
> 
> Please RSVP so we can know when those attending have called in.
> This will help us start the meeting without unnecessary delay.
> 
> Day/Time
>  Wednesday, September 1,  18:00 UTC
>    --   20:00 CEST (Berlin)
>    --   19:00 BST  (London)
>    --   14:00 EST  (New York)
>    --   13:00 CST  (Chicago)
>    --   12:00 MST  (Salt Lake City)
>    --   11:00 PST  (San Francisco)
>    --   08:00 HST  (Honolulu)
>    --   03:00 JST  (Tokyo -- 04/09/02)
> 
> Phone/Passcode -- TODAY'S CALL ONLY
>  Dial-in North America:	US:	(866) 839-8145
>  Dial-in International:		+1 (865)-524-6352
> passcode:			6560654#
> 
> Our thanks to Peter and Bill for arranging this teleconference facility
> for our meeting.
> 
> Agenda:
> 
> 1. Welcome and Agenda Review
> 
> 2. Review of minutes
> 
> 3. Action Item Review
> 
> 	Brief progress reports for open items
> 
> 4.	Old Business
> 
> 	a.)	Unix Accessibility: Post conference checkin -- Gunnar Schmi DT
> 		What are the implications for our work?
> 
> 	b.	January  (NSF) Workshop -- Discussion on timelines
> 
> 	c.)	Team Checkins:
> 		AT-SPI
> 		Keyboard
> 		Shared I/O
> 
> 5. New Business
> 
> 6. Identify key items for the next agenda.
> 
> 7. Adjourn
> 
> -- 
> 	
> 				Janina Sajka, Chair
> 				Accessibility Workgroup
> 				Free Standards Group (FSG)
> 
> janina at freestandards.org	Phone: +1 202.494.7040
> 
> 
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