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[Minutes] Audio Wg teleconference, 2013-02-28

From: Olivier Thereaux <Olivier.Thereaux@bbc.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2013 18:00:45 +0000
To: "public-audio@w3.org WG" <public-audio@w3.org>
Message-ID: <CD554BCB.38F6%olivier.thereaux@bbc.co.uk>
Dear all,

The Audio WG had a (fairly short and sparsely attended) teleconference
The minutes are online at:

We discussed:

* MIDI API security model.

  ChrisW explained how his further exploring convinced him that the MIDI
API was safe except for system exclusive messages. He amended the spec to
make sure they worked under a different security model. Participants
agreed with the idea, and we resolved to close the issue.

* F2F logistics

  We have 13 registrants so far for the f2f meeting, and only a few more
days to register.
  We discussed hotels (book yours ASAP!), flights (prefer SFO to San
Jose), how to travel from the airport (don't rent a car if you can avoid
it - parking is expensive) etc.
  There was also a short discussion about organising meetings around MIDI
with GDC attendees.
  F2F agenda coming soon.

* Use of EventListener for onaudioprocess

  We were missing Chris Rogers so didn't discuss this much, but all are
encouraged to give it a look as it is an important issue. We will be
focussing on it in the next little while.

* WebRTC
  There was a WebRTC/Media Capture meeting recently where some
participants emitted doubt as to whether the web audio API was the best
choice. Similar discussion to what we've had in the group in the past.
Olivier will check with the chairs of the group to see that their concerns
are translated into input for our work.

* W3Conf
  Thinking about Web Audio/MIDI at the next W3Conf, tentatively schedule
at the end of August in the Durham/Raleigh, NC area. We talked about a
presentation, a potential workshop, the possibility of timing either a
Last Call or an implementation announcement to coincide, and the chance
that we could build more tutorials/a primer with the audio dev community



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