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Re: Engaging with other groups and simplifying ours

From: Rob Manson <roBman@mob-labs.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2012 23:31:25 +1100
Message-ID: <50B6041D.2060304@mob-labs.com>
To: Melvin Carvalho <melvincarvalho@gmail.com>
CC: Andrei Sambra <andrei@fcns.eu>, public-ar@w3.org
Hi Melvin,

funnily enough I just signed up to the RWW group tonight 8)

I think this is a really key topic for the Augmented Web.  I did a 
presentation at spatial@gov[1] earlier this week and a key point I made 
was that the very act of using AR is an editing and creation process in 
itself.  I think this has a lot of interesting implications for how we 
engage with others and for social policy in general.

I'd be very keen on broadening this discussion out between the two 
groups as I think it's a great topic.

roBman

[1] http://spatial.cebit.com.au/

On 28/11/12 23:24, Melvin Carvalho wrote:
>
>
> On 28 November 2012 13:06, Rob Manson <roBman@mob-labs.com
> <mailto:roBman@mob-labs.com>> wrote:
>
>     Hi,
>
>     over the next week I'm going to create a range of wiki pages for us
>     to collect feedback and input to form submissions to the other
>     working groups listed on the Related Standards[1] page.  The
>     Augmented Web provides a unique perspective and I think it's
>     important that we collate some combined feedback/input for each of
>     these groups to make sure they're aware of our goals and requirements.
>
>     As part of this I think it's important that we present as an
>     organised and professional group.  Our group is the only one that
>     has such a large number of Chairs.  No offense to the existing
>     Chairs but this was setup in a very ad-hoc way and without any group
>     discussion.  In order to simplify this structure I have updated this
>     so I am the current Chair. And as you have seen recently I am
>     committed to working to develop this group.  If you think this
>     action is unfair or invalid in any way please let me know.  I'm more
>     than happy to either discuss this in public on this list or feel
>     free to email me directly in private.  My goal here is simply to
>     bring our group structure in line with the vast majority of other
>     W3C Community Groups.
>
>     I'd also encourage you to checkout the Demo and Projects page[2] if
>     you haven't already as I've added a few more examples.  They're
>     great for getting people thinking about what will really be possible
>     with the Augmented Web.
>
>     And I'd also encourage you to share any thoughts you have about the
>     topics raised on the Social Implications page[3] and contribute
>     content to their wiki pages too.
>
>     And last but not least, please share a link to this group via
>     twitter, facebook, g+ and linkedin so we can grow our community.
>       The Augmented Web is evolving quickly and the more people involved
>     in this group and our discussions the better our ability to shape
>     this process.
>
>
> Forgot to say.  I am co-chair of the read write web community group
> (along with Andrei cc'd).  We are about 65 or so developers looking at
> making interesting apps that have both read and write capabilities.
> Certainly AR is something we could become more interested in over time.
> I'd be very happy to engage with any ideas you have that could lie in
> the intersection of the two concepts.
>
>
>     roBman
>
>     [1] http://www.w3.org/community/__ar/related-standards/
>     <http://www.w3.org/community/ar/related-standards/>
>     [2] http://www.w3.org/community/__ar/demos-and-projects/
>     <http://www.w3.org/community/ar/demos-and-projects/>
>     [3] http://www.w3.org/community/__ar/social-implications/
>     <http://www.w3.org/community/ar/social-implications/>
>
>
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