[Accessibility] minutes from 2007-10-30 Open A11y call available

Gregory J. Rosmaita unagi69 at concentric.net
Tue Oct 30 14:27:23 PDT 2007


aloha! 

minutes from today's Open A11y teleconference can be found at: 

http://www.linux-foundation.org/en/Accessibility/Minutes/Minutes20071030

please note that there will NOT be an Open A11y teleconference on 6 
November 2007; a preliminary agenda for the 13 November 2007 Open A11y 
call can be found at: 

http://www.linux-foundation.org/en/Accessibility/Minutes/Agenda20071106 

any errors, corrections or omissions from either document should be 
logged by replying to this post, 

gregory. (Note: a list of resolutions and action items from today's call 
follows) 

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Summary of Resolutions from 2007-10-30 Open A11y Conference Call 
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RESOLVED 1: minutes from 16 October 2007 Open A11y Conference call 
approved as amended

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Summary of Action Items from 2007-10-30 Open A11y Conference Call 
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No new action items logged

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Summary of Continued Action Items 
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ACTION JS: identify someone with organized approach to take the time to 
straighten out GNOME A11y Project Documentation, possibly in conjunction 
with GJR 
    * status: pending 

ACTION JS: ask OlafS and GunnarS to replicate EarlJ's tests on GNOME 
    * status: begun with Gunnar during 2007/10/30 conference call; JS will 
      follow-up with email to Gunnar and Olaf




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