From The Linux Foundation
Revision as of 07:42, 14 April 2009 by Oedipus (Talk | contribs)

(diff) ←Older revision | view current revision (diff) | Newer revision→ (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search

Open A11y Conference Call: Agenda for 2009/04/14

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PARTICIPANTS: Our previous teleconference numbers and passcodes are no longer valid! Teleconference services for the Open A11y Work Group are now provided by Three options for dialing in are described in the Logistics section, below. No passcode is required (at least, for now). If you have any trouble callling in, remember that the #a11y channel will be open on (channel #a11y) during the teleconference, so you can always ask for help via IRC.

Announcing the 14 April 2009 meeting of the Open Accessibility (A11y) Workgroup. The meeting begins promptly at 1900h UTC; you can find your time zone using the Fixed Time Clock. Please RSVP, as it will help us start the meeting without unnecessary delay. Information about meeting logistics, including dial-in and IRC information, follows the agenda.


  • Welcome and Agenda Review
  • Old Business
    • D-Bus Port Progress and Issues
    • SIG Updates (conditional)
    • Website Updates (conditional)
  • New Business
    • Identify items for the 21 April 2009 teleconference
  • Adjourn

Meeting Logistics

Tuesday, April 14, 2009 at 19:00 UTC

Three Ways to Dial in to the Open A11y Conference Call

There are three options for dialing in to Open A11y calls; Note that '''No''' passcode is required (at least, for now)

  1. Direct worldwide access using any SIP client: or
  2. Via any ITAD connected telephone system worldwide (such as the MIT campus telephone system): 2119*984
    • the complete ITAD Directory, as well as more information about ITAD and TRIP is also available from IANA
    • Note: that your ITAD installation may require an ITAD access service code;
      • Example: At MIT first dial 48999 then 2119*984
  3. Free of charge in many localities worldwide via SIP Broker's PSTN to SIP gateway service as follows: