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[Agenda] WAWG F2F Boston 26th & 27th March 2018

From: Matthew Paradis <matthew.paradis@bbc.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2018 20:41:07 +0000
To: "public-audio@w3.org Group" <public-audio@w3.org>
Message-ID: <EFBFC02A-A1AB-4481-A789-B2B28C1EEFCB@bbc.co.uk>
Hi Group.

Looking forward to seeing you all in Boston on Monday.

Venue
MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) See directions [2]

The outline agenda for our F2F is below.[1]

Please aim to arrive for 9:00 and we will aim to start for 9.30.

ChrisL is going to book a restaurant for dinner on the Monday night.

Best

Matt

[1] Agenda

Day 1 Monday 26th March

9:00 Arrive (with a coffee)
9:30 Overview of the agenda
9:40 V1 Mop up
                Review all issues with no PR – ensure that we have a timeline for completion
                Review existing PRS
11:00 Coffee
11:30 V1 Mop up continued
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Testing update
14:00 CR Next Steps
14:30 Web Midi update
15:30 Coffee
16:00 V2 General discussion
                When do we officially start work on V2?
                Who? Are all current members happy to be involved?
                How do we manage the transition?
                What are the key areas that members are interested in?
                How do we engage with developers to gather new use cases and features?
17:30 Close

Dinner (venue TBC)

Day 2 Tuesday 27th March 2018

9:00 Arrive (with coffee)
09:30 V2 Issue categorisation
·         Group issues into themes and re-label
·         Remove duplicates and issues that are no longer relevant
11:00 Coffee
11:30 V2 Issue categorisation continued
13:00 Lunch
14:00 V2 Issue categorisation continued
16:00 Close

[2] Directions for day 1 (day 2 will be in the same building but a different room)

MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
The Stata Center, Building 32
32 Vassar Street Cambridge, MA
02139 USA

The room is D463, also known as the Star room, which is on the fourth floor.

Stata has multiple entrances, the one you want is the main entrance in
the gates tower. This can be recognized by the shining metal letters
spelling MIT as a sculpture outside. Gates tower is the one closest to
the intersection of Vassar St and Main St. If you are using Google Maps
or Uber, it puts you too far up the street so enter 2 Vassar St instead.

There are two ways that I suggest  to get to the meeting room

- with elevators (a bit longer walking, more chance to get lost):
Enter the gates tower, walk forwards and look for the elevators to your
right. Take an elevator to the fourth floor.  Turn right, then left,
walk past the dining area to the end of the hall, then turn left and
D463 is ahead of you.

- with stairs (faster but involves lots of stairs)
Instead of going in the main entrance, turn left and walk outside along
the side of the building. There is a grassy area to your left. To your
right you will see a semi-circular amphitheater with steps going up the
middle. Climb the steps. Follow the path around the shiny metal building
and go in the glass doors. You will be on a landing in a stairwell.
Continue up the steps. You are now on the 3rd floor. To your right you
will see a W3C sign. Ignore that but instead go through the glass double
doors that lead to more stairs. Go up them, turn sharp right and D463 is
right in front of you.

Here is a 4th floor map with D463 marked.
http://www.csail.mit.edu/resources/maps/4D/D463.gif


The nearest decent coffee is Area Four, which is at 500 Tech Square,
Cambridge, MA 02139
http://areafour.com/locations/kendall-square/

and is 4 minutes walk from MIT CSAIL
https://www.google.com/maps/dir/''/42.3620648,-71.0902581/@42.3625756,-71.0923586,18z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m9!4m8!1m5!1m1!1s0x0:0x3dd6eaf6b681748d!2m2!1d-71.0924408!2d42.3630865!1m0!3e2

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Matthew Paradis
Senior R&D Engineer – Audio,
BBC Research & Development

030304 09889 | 07841 506241
www.bbc.co.uk/rd/sound



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