[Accessibility-testing] Reminder: Meeting on May 14, 6 PM Eastern
mark at ablegamers.org
Mon May 14 23:12:29 EDT 2018
Sorry for missing this meeting. We had a huge storm come through and I have
no power. Trees are down all over the place and we had about 6cm of hail
fall. Looked like snow fall.
Other pressing issues. Charged iPad in the car.
On Mon, May 14, 2018 at 4:25 PM Jason McIntosh <jmac at jmac.org> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Reminder that we’re meeting at 6 PM eastern this evening (about an hour
> and a half from my typing this.) Like last time, let’s make it an
> audio-only Skype call, with your presence encouraged but not mandatory. If
> you show up after we start the call, send me a Skype message and I’ll patch
> you in.
> Here’s a short agenda for tonight:
> Update of Cloak of Access schedule and expectations
> Update expectations: ChoiceScript
> Update the deadline to have all first drafts of games & docs complete
> Generate and pin the list of interpreters & tools to test against
> I, jmac, dropped the ball here.
> Let's get this done in email before the next meeting. (I'll start...
> Cloak of Access status updates & discussion
> Zarf's summary
> Interpreter resilience (Deborah's suggestion)
> Other updates?
> Adding to the team?
> Mark suggested Dr. Christopher Power (AbleGamers' VP)
> Various people last time mentioned Liza Daly
> Mailing list consensus: Let's stick to who we have, but be open to
> further counsel? (And we are likely to work with Christopher WRT Player
> Panels anyway!)
> Other business?
> Next meeting time
> > On May 8, 2018, at 2:21 PM, Jason McIntosh <jmac at jmac.org> wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> > Reminder that our second biweekly meeting’s set for next Monday, May 14
> at 6 PM Eastern on Skype. I’ll make the audio-only call at 6 sharp, much as
> I did last time; attendance encouraged but not mandatory.
> > Bit of homework to do before then (for me, as much as for anyone else!):
> > • Review my notes & minutes from our last meeting, posted to this list
> on April 30 at 9 PM Eastern
> > • Review Zarf’s notes on his “Cloak of Access” work in progress, posted
> to this list on April 30 at 10 PM Eastern
> > • Refamiliarize with Furkle’s Twine work from last fall:
> > • Have a look at AbleGamers’ Player Panels program:
> > I’ll post a more agenda-looking agenda shortly before the meeting next
> week. The general topic, I expect, will be further work on implementing
> “Cloak of Access” on our target platforms, and finalizing our list of
> interpreters (and browsers?) to test.
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> Accessibility-testing at iftechfoundation.org
Mark Christopher Barlet
Executive Director / Founder The AbleGamers Charity.
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