[Accessibility] A11y Teleconference, Wednesday 15 September

Kris Van Hees aedil-access at alchar.org
Wed Sep 15 10:40:53 PDT 2004


I will not be able to attend this week's call due to being on my way to the
airport at 2pm.  I'll look forward to the minutes though, as usual!

	Kris

On Tue, Sep 14, 2004 at 09:19:26PM -0400, Janina Sajka wrote:
> 
> Announcing the 15 September 2004 meeting of the Accessibility Workgroup
> 
> IMPORTANT: Please note the 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 15,  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 -- 04/09/16)
> 
> Phone/Passcode -- TODAY'S CALL
>  Dial-in North America:	US:	(866) 839-8145
>  Dial-in International:		+1 (865)-524-6352
> passcode:			6560654#
> 
> Agenda:
> 
> 1. Welcome and Agenda Review
> 
> 2. Review of minutes
>    Please review August 11 and September 1 & 8 minutes.
> 
> 3. Action Item Review
> 
> 	Brief progress reports for open items
> 
> 4.	Old Business
> 
> 	January Workshop Preparation: Invitee List, Announcements, Agenda
> 
> 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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