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Re: I've created a Related Standards page for the group

From: Christine Perey <cperey@perey.com>
Date: Sat, 24 Nov 2012 09:33:52 +0100
Message-ID: <50B08670.6060605@perey.com>
To: Rob Manson <roBman@mob-labs.com>
CC: public-ar@w3.org
Hi Rob,

I think it is FANTASTIC that you are taking the leadership role in 
gathering information and documenting how Web standards are being used 
for open AR!

Thank you for presenting this during the most recent AR Standards 
Community meeting. 

What I *fail to understand*, and I hope you will not hesitate to 
explain, is *why you feel that a separate activity/group is necessary or 
beneficial* in order to further the work you are doing/have done.

1. Will this not run the risk of fragmenting the community and run 
contrary to the goals of all the community members?

2. How are your objectives and methods different than those that you 
have supported thus far in the AR Standards Community?

3. Can we make room for your initiative within AR Standards Community?

4. Would it, in parallel if you prefer, be possible for the topic of Web 
Standards to also be discussed on the AR Standards Community mailing 
list and during future community meetings?

Great to compile the standards you see as being most important. I also 
highly encourage you to examine and compare the following two pages:



When I have a moment I will assist the AR Standards Community and your 
activities by identifying those standards which you have identified on 
the new page and that may be missing from the above pages we maintain.

Warm regards,


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On 11/24/12 4:29 AM, Rob Manson wrote:
> Hi,
> I've created a new page for our group to capture information about all 
> of the relevant standards that are enabling the Augmented Web.
> http://www.w3.org/community/ar/related-standards/
> I've added a fairly comprehensive list with good links to all of the 
> published specifications, their publishing working groups and other 
> relevant information.
> I've also added a link to http://caniuse.com for each of them so you 
> can easily see how widely each standard/API has been adopted.
> If you think there's anything I've missed please let me know.
> roBman
Received on Saturday, 24 November 2012 08:34:21 UTC

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