Thread Subject: Re: TEITAC Subcommittee Shut Down
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From: Rex Lint
Date: Tue, Nov 20 2007 8:15 AM
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Bruce, (and Mike and Jim)
I'd like to suggest that the archives be available "for the duration," that
is until the final rule for the new 508/255 standards becomes effective,
plus at least 6 months. Or is that what you were thinking when you
indicated "available for some time"?
Rex Lint, Chair
Section 508 Working Group
Info Technology Ass'n of America
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Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2007 7:20 AM
To: TEITAC Audio/Video Subcommittee
Subject: [teitac-video] TEITAC Subcommittee Shut Down
During the plenary committee meeting last week, the TEITAC agreed by
consensus to shut down all subcommittee work and listservs, effective
immediately. All work and online discussions will be facilitated
through the committee members-only TEITAC listserv, plenary conference
calls (weekly, starting November 27th), and face-to-face meetings. The
subcommittee archives will remain available for some time.
Members of the public who are following TEITAC progress may continue to
do so by referring to our web archives at:
Additionally, TEITAC conference call plenary meetings may be listened to
by the public. A ten minute period is scheduled at each meeting for
members of the public to participate at 2:45 pm each call. The schedule
for the conference calls can be found on the 508 Refresh web page at:
Thanks very much.
Accessibility IT Specialist
Access Board Web Master