3.23.22 Meeting Minutes
3.23.22 Meeting Minutes#
Jupyter accessibility workshop resources! (First two events are up, but the last ones are pending. They will all link here.) Jupyter accessibility workshops repo
progressbar aria https://github.com/jupyterlab/jupyterlab/pull/12238
An addition based on review on a prior pull request.
This is something worth testing! Open invite for people to give it a try.
Prompted a discussion around what/how can we test these things going forward. Do we have several accessibility fixes we’d like tested where it’s worth actively reaching out to people?
Similar, but separate from discussion around regular user feedback surveys timed with JupyterLab releases.
Tania: Jupyter governance and jupyter/accessibility. A discussion around what’s happening and where the community thinks we belong!
The initial proposal:jupyter/governance #121 Standing Committees and Working Groups PR
Further discussion: jupyter/governance #124 [Proposal] - add jupyter/accessibility as a software sub-project
:pencil: Future governance Software Steering Council roles and responsibilities
Questions to pass over to the governance body:
What are the criteria under which the WG’s might or not get voting rights?
Same but for continued vote/existence?
Pros and cons of each level. Summary is that it seems like there’s more pros and no real cons on being a software project (long term).
TODO: open an issue on jupyter/accessibility and use it as a RFD (request for discussion)/lazy voting and revisit in 2-4 weeks?
Isabela to follow up with Mike on asking the community for feedback on existing accessibility fixes.