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From: Appelquist, Daniel <Daniel.Appelquist@vodafone.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2005 11:36:09 +0100
Message-ID: <578F3C8F6DD3D411850600508BF320CA0E33E5C8@aries-exch1.uk.eu.corp.vizzavi.net>
To: public-bpwg@w3.org
Let's keep it clean, folks. We are trying to enable the mobile Web. If it
were easy, we wouldn't need a new W3C activity to do it, we would all just
go do it. Likewise, nobody has all the answers - that's why we need this

As chair of the Best Practices Working Group, I welcome spirited discussion
on this public list. The group members will be regularly reading this list
and anything that's posted here will be discussed in the working group.
However, please try to conduct such discussions with civility.

Here's an open question to the community that already seems to be forming on
this list: what should the best practices working group be focusing on?
What are some of the key issues where this group could show leadership?

Daniel Appelquist
Chair, W3C-MWI Mobile Web Best Practices working group
Technology Strategist, Vodafone

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