[Accessibility-testing] Reminder of July 2 meeting, and material to review

fur kle furkleindustries at gmail.com
Mon Jul 2 14:24:38 EDT 2018

Hello all! I will be present in a few hours, but I also wanted to share the
update of the Twine version of Cloak of Access. This is present in the
shared Dropbox folder (People/furkle/a11y-test), and also in the git
repository at https://github.com/furkleindustries/iftf-twine-testing. There
is a small bit undone at the end (the player will use all four of the
collected items in the castle catacombs to summon the Djinn of
Accessibility), but it's mostly done for now. It has many typically Twine-y
things like a sidebar inventory, on-page replacements that fire on clicks,
etc. I will also be adding slow-printing. My suspicion is that most of
these won't ever really be accessible, but they're very common in Twine, so
they go in the test story.

Talk to you all soon,

On Sun, Jul 1, 2018 at 2:09 PM Jason McIntosh <jmac at jmac.org> wrote:

> Hi all,
> A few reminders for everyone:
> • Our next Skype meeting is tomorrow, Monday July 2, at 6 PM Eastern.
> • If you can, please set aside some time to play through Zarf’s completed
> test-game draft (ttps://eblong.com/zarf/tmp/accessib/). You can share
> comments on this list or on the call tomorrow.
> • We still need to make a list of the accessibility conditions that we’d
> like to see covered for each interpreter/platform. I made some suggestions
> in my email to the list of June 19, based on our conversation from our
> previous meeting. I expect that this will be a main topic of our next call
> as well.
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