03.24.21 Meeting Minutes
03.24.21 Meeting Minutes#
What are people working on?#
Can I add a checklist comment to #9491? I want to double check that I’m correct about what’s been done.
There are other blockers still preventing this from getting completed.
#9622 merging almost fixes this! Wow!
Are there tests? Not yet. We need to be able to verify that this hasn’t been overwritten by other work before closing. Aiming for test utils.
CZI grant update at #36.
Can’t make it to the meeting. Will be releasing the lang packs soon.
Is this a nbformat fix, or an IPython fix?
Probably IPython first will be a big win.
Looking into cell outputs having alt text for those by default. This is something we haven’t looked into yet.
We had a good discussion that clarified some of the nuances to this, so now people need to look into questions and comment on the issue.
#9622 and #132 both merged! Looking for new item to work on
Double check 9491 to see if it can be closed.
Look into a comment on jupyterlab/team-compass #98
Got some questions when working on the skip link issue #9688
Further discussion about how a
skiplinkshould work. Should it just skip to content (notebook), or give options to major regions like the content, top menu bar, left sidebar, right sidebar.
Thomas’ recommendation is roughly:
first tab = main toolbar
second tab = left side bar
third tab = inside left sidebar section
fourth tab = right sidebar
fifth tab = inside right sidebar section
Tabindex should be 0. Do we need to fix tabindex before skiplink?
Shouldn’t be a blocker. This will need to be changed, but won’t block skiplink as long as you don’t hardcode your tabindex values.
What is the best resources/instructions for getting a project stood up on my computer for making these accessibility changes.
VSCode handles typescript better than some other IDEs. That might help.
Added jupyterlab/jupyterlab #10004 and jupyterlab/jupyterlab #10008 issues based on past discussions. These break up certain compliances by disability.
Pa11y PR in accessibility repo. If this isn’t a CI-needing repo maybe we target these tests on another branch so it doesn’t slow don’t meeting notes and readme PRs. Check jupyter/accessibility #35
Is hackmd a good notetaking platform for people and do you like having a markdown file for the long-term version of the notes? Did you like Tony’s issue method better?
Edit one Phosphor tutorial video to see if it helps with the small screen. (Isabela)
Turn #9491 to checklist (Martha and Tony) so we can tell its status more clearly. This may be almost closed/resolved.
Release language packs (Gonzalo)
Review ideas for Pete’s issue and comment on it (Nick and Tony)
Look into what to work on next starting with jupyterlab/team-compass #98 comment (Martha)
skiplinkwork (MJ) :sunflower:
Figure out where Pa11y tests fit with jupyter/accessibility.
Merged PRs (let’s celebrate!)#
Martha merged #9622. Hooray! :tada:
Max merged #132. Great work! :confetti_ball:
Nick and Tony merged jupyter/accessibility #20. Huzzah! 🥳