Re: [106attendees] Accessibility for remote participants

Brian E Carpenter <brian.e.carpenter@gmail.com> Wed, 20 November 2019 23:28 UTC

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To: Geoff Lanotte <geofflanotte@gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [106attendees] Accessibility for remote participants
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On 21-Nov-19 11:15, Geoff Lanotte wrote:
> It does, thank you!

But do remember it's a volunteer "service" and not guaranteed. A professional
service for up to 8 simultaneous WG sessions would be very expensive.

As other have said, this issue is a major reason for insisting that consensus
occurs on the mailing list, not in live sessions.

(We did have a blind AD some years ago, who managed extraordinarily well
given a completely different set of challenges.)

   Brian

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> On Wed, Nov 20, 2019 at 4:08 PM Timothy Mcsweeney <timothy.mcsweeney@parameterone.com <mailto:timothy.mcsweeney@parameterone.com>> wrote:
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>     I am accessing remotely and I would add that there were note takers using the etherpad in english during the session.  Plus, it is recorded and you can then watch it on the IETF Youtube channel which I believe has closed captions as well as transcriptions available.  Hope that helps!
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>>     On November 20, 2019 at 4:46 PM Jared Mauch < jared@puck.nether.net <mailto:jared@puck.nether.net>> wrote:
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>>>     On Nov 20, 2019, at 4:31 PM, Geoff Lanotte < geofflanotte@gmail.com <mailto:geofflanotte@gmail.com>> wrote:
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>>>     We have some people accessing remotely for one of the sessions that are deaf, is there any captioning (english) being provided or do we need to provide our own interpreters?
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>>     When I’ve scribed in the past, I have thought about trying to transcribe the entire conversation into the room or ether pad.
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>>     The key thing for me is that we should be ensuring the conversations are happening on-list vs rapid-fire at a microphone. There are some well known elements that may speak at a rate that is not parsable even for native speakers let alone those who might need to translate/interpret.
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>>     While the in-person meetings are valuable, last-call and other important things remain in text format that can be translated/scraped/screen-read.
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>>     - Jared
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