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Open Actions - please review and complete actions before F2F

From: Frederick Hirsch <frederick.hirsch@nokia.com>
Date: Tue, 2 Mar 2010 16:23:18 -0500
Message-Id: <3A2DB991-ABEF-4EB5-9F26-7A0ED0BB43B5@nokia.com>
To: W3C Device APIs and Policy WG <public-device-apis@w3.org>
Cc: Frederick Hirsch <frederick.hirsch@nokia.com>
Below is a list of open action items in the DAP WG tracker.

Please review the list, to see if you have any actions. Hopefully you  
are not surprised.

Please indicate if any of these are incorrectly listed as open and  
should be closed.

It would greatly help us have a productive F2F if actions could be  
completed in advance of the F2F, especially where proposals can be  
sent to the mailing list. This would allow advance preparation by  
everyone for the F2F, making a better meeting. Ideally items of  
consideration should be completed before next week's teleconference.
ACTION-18: Arve Bersvendsen to Review Contacts requirements

ACTION-19: Brian LeRoux to to review contact, camera, file-system

ACTION-20: Marcin Hanclik to Send comments about Arve's requirements  
for ISSUE-6

ACTION-29: Paddy Byers to Enter issues based on issue-28

ACTION-42: Robin Berjon to Make sure that MMI is kept abreast of our  
work

ACTION-45: David Rogers to Provide use case with threat model scenarios

ACTION-54: Bryan Sullivan to Provide use cases where contacts API  
needs to be aware of source of contacts

ACTION-58: Bryan Sullivan to Make a concrete proposal with a  
vocabulary-based approach to system & events, with a few examples  
(e.g. battery level)

ACTION-72: Richard Tibbett to propose a structure for a template for  
API specs

ACTION-75: David Rogers to Send OMTP position on the file API  
organization

ACTION-77: John Morris to Provide a discussion of requirements for  
privacy

ACTION-79: Paddy Byers to Integrate his use cases in policy requirements

ACTION-84: Arve Bersvendsen to Detail his view on double-API  
specification for LREST

ACTION-86: Robin Berjon to Update Core Devices

ACTION-87: Max Froumentin to Look at potential /proc alignment (as a  
suggestion)

ACTION-91: Suresh Chitturi to Investigate how to produce an  
intersection of existing APIs that is also a compatible subset of  
vCalendar/vCard

ACTION-92: Thomas Roessler to Give a heads up to the IETF/W3C liaison  
for review and input from IETF around PIM

ACTION-96: Robin Berjon to Rewrite existing examples as PowerBox

regards, Frederick

Frederick Hirsch, Nokia
Co-Chair, W3C DAP Working Group
Received on Tuesday, 2 March 2010 21:23:52 GMT

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