[games_access] SIG MEETING TIMES: New Changes, meeting tomorrow!

Barrie Ellis barrie.ellis at oneswitch.org.uk
Tue Jul 24 17:25:05 EDT 2007


I may be a 10 minutes late for the Wednesday meeting - as it's tight for me
to get in for 5pm . Hope to see you there!

Barrie
www.OneSwitch.org.uk

----- Original Message -----
From: "d. michelle hinn" <hinn at uiuc.edu>
To: "IGDA Games Accessibility SIG Mailing List" <games_access at igda.org>
Sent: Monday, July 23, 2007 11:50 PM
Subject: [games_access] SIG MEETING TIMES: New Changes, meeting tomorrow!



> Hi everyone,

>

> So here's the latest meeting schedule that we'll test out. This starts

> tomorrow and is for every week so if you already set your calendars, make

> the follow changes:

>

> Tuesdays at 9am (New York Time) -- this meeting time remains the same

>

> Wednesdays at 12pm/noon (New York Time) -- this is the different one! :)

>

> What are these times in YOUR time zone? Check out:

> http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedform.html

>

> Again, if you have not attended before, we meet on MSN Messenger --

> add me vrgrrl at hotmail.com and I'll add you to the meeting. If you notice

> it's a few minutes late and you see me online, just send me a message and

> I'll add you -- with so many weird nicknames, sometimes I forget!! :)

>

> Thomas -- can you set up that Google Calender thing for meeting reminders?

>

> Agenda for this week:

>

> * Game Accessibility = Games for All : What? Come to the meeting to learn

> about the latest on the "positive PR" campaign that Reid has suggested,

> which we've discussed in very vague terms in the past. Time to get that

> going, especially with the gaming trend toward expanding the market!

>

> * GDC Session Discussion -- this is "go time" for finalizing what we're

> going to commit to as a SIG. Lots of exciting changes such as an EXPO

> booth, a game curriculum session, a "post mortum" session about the "best

> of" accessibility, and a "best of industry" session (kind of like a post

> awards discussion for the most accessible mainstream games, only without

> any awards show crap), and others.

>

> * FuturePlay Discussion -- this is mainly for FuturePlay workshop

> presenters

>

> * More if there's time!

>

> Hope to see many of you at one or both meetings!

>

> Michelle

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