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DAP 15-16 March 2011 F2F Highlights

From: <Frederick.Hirsch@nokia.com>
Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2011 22:24:49 +0000
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Highlights from the DAP F2F in Seoul, 15-16 March 2011, Thanks to all who participated. Please indicate any corrections  to these agreed items and next steps ( see minutes [1] [2] for details).

1. Agreements to publish (CfC = Call for Consensus)

1a) HTML Media Capture
Agreed to update role attribute (Dom action) then publish updated WD (RESOLUTION to publish) followed by CfC for Last Call.

1b) Messaging
Agreed to publish FPWD of Message draft based on alternative URI based approach then to get community feedback on it versus original messaging approach.

1c) Contacts
Agree to CfC for Last Call once editor Rich completes update to remove details on search filters.

1d) Calentar

Agree to have CfC to publish FPWD once Dom adds note related to time zone issues.

1e) API Requirements

Update and publish note (Dom)

1f) Access control requirements.

Review and publish  "Device API Access Control Use Cases and Requirements" as updated Note (Frederick)

2. Rechartering

Current charter expires in June, WG needs new draft charter by end of April. WG reviewed charter issues during F2F.

Following agreed:

2a) Remove policy framework
2b) add explicit deliverable for privacy best practices NOTE 
2c)  add explicit deliverable for security permissions REC
2d)  add explicit deliverable for  privacy REC deliverable with note that this might be taken over by another group
2e) add explicit deliverable for privacy use cases and requirements NOTE
2f)  Dom to add  "not precluding support for installable web applications" to success criteria section of charter

Note: Security permissions will be merge of "Feature Permissions" and "Permissions for Device API
Access" drafts,  http://dev.w3.org/2006/webapi/WebNotifications/publish/FeaturePermissions.htm and  http://dev.w3.org/2009/dap/api-perms/

Expect to replace Sysinfo with a set of smaller and more explicit deliverables. List not complete but to include Network Connection Specification (action to Suresh to create draft),  Battery Status (Anssi to draft)

Work under consideration for chartering:

+ Intents to replace application launcher,
+ user interaction - vibration, beeps, menus, broken up into separate items
+ audio volume
+ home media discovery

Communication log to be removed.

Status of gallery not clear, Wonsuk to summarize use cases/requirements

Web Introducer (formerly Powerbox) might  be included, http://web-send.org/introducer/

Roadmap updated to reflect F2F discussions and planning [3]

3. Ongoing work

Sysinfo, Bryan to split out a generic sensors draft.

Kangchan to provide n-screen use cases.

Laszlo to create editors draft in DAP space for Feature Permissions draft, integrate comments from Anssi,  and merge with Permissions for Device API Access.

Frederick and Robin to create draft to document open web security model.

 4. Other

Dom introduced the Webinos project to the WG,  an EU research project and also to have related open source, http://webinos.org/about-webinos

The group noted the relationship of the RTC Web work, both in IETF and W3C, specifically http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-jennings-rtcweb-api-00

Somehow the <device> element is no longer in HTML5 draft. What happened?

The WG reviewed open issues and closed a large number, including those associated with a policy framework.

Dom reviewed the WG testing approach with the WG,  will test enable Contacts as a first step once it is published as Last Call.

regards, Frederick

Frederick Hirsch, Nokia
Co-Chair, W3C DAP Working Group

[1] http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-device-apis/2011Mar/att-0097/minutes-2011-03-15

[2] http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-device-apis/2011Mar/att-0097/minutes-2011-03-16.html

[3] http://www.w3.org/2009/dap/#roadmap
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