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Minutes for 2007/02/27
Steve Lee, Janina Sajka
Pete Brunet, Mike Squillace, Michael Stewart, Pete Parente, Itoh-san (Takashi Itoh), Barry Feigenbaum, Sueann Nichols, Larry Weiss, Aaron Leventhal, Cathy Laws
From Janina: The new name of FSGA is Open Accessibility when spoken or Open A11y when written.
First code drop to Alexander Surkov
For GUI, having problems building against pyxpcom
Using a Minefield (Mozilla trunk build) extention as a workaround until standalone xulrunner environment is working
Steve Lee is also working on a xulrunner project and he is entering bugs
Mike Squillace has been using xulrunner v220.127.116.11; offered to help Michael
Notes 8 IA2 Server should be available by March 8
Capture and organization of code samples
Sueann has an idea of what fragments she wants and will provide a first draft of what is needed; needs about 2 weeks to get started on that
The Mozilla code is too layered; not suitable for developer guide samples
SWT is not suituable. It's all implemented in Java as a JNI front end - ugly C code - all the real code is in Java
Would Qt or Notes 8 be a possible source for code samples?
Maybe need to start from scratch and create a sample server with a button, list, container, text, slider (fires events as value changes)
Need a volunteer
Alexander Surkov is waiting for approval to drop IDL files into the Mozilla code base
Alexander created a mapping from IA2 to Gecko APIs at
First use of FF IA2 implementation will likely be NVDA; NVDA needs the IA2 caret support
ATVs will want IA2 to support live regions
Going out to alphaWorks early next week
Can now expose objects for self drawn children
Can now do end to end call from UnoInspect tool to virtual children. The children don't have a native widget but have a fully functioning accessible.
none this week
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