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Organizing Use Cases for F2F

From: Karen Coyle <kcoyle@kcoyle.net>
Date: Thu, 6 Jul 2017 12:13:32 -0700
To: "public-dxwg-wg@w3.org" <public-dxwg-wg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <3760d23f-2e3d-6479-7a1d-04d7ae612dbe@kcoyle.net>
In preparing for the face-to-face, Caroline and I would like to ask the
group, especially the UCR editors, to suggest what they see as the
logical groupings for our discussion sessions. It would be ideal for us
to have this by the end of the working day (European time) on Tuesday.

We have eight 90-minute slots that we can make use of. If we assume that
at least part of the first slot will be introductions and establishing
an overall working hypothesis, then we have 7 slots in which to discuss
actual use cases. We may also wish to reserve 30 minutes at the end of
the second day to prepare a list of missing use cases and immediate
tasks relating to this deliverable.

Remember that the primary goal of the F2F meeting is to provide the UCR
editors with the information and decisions that they need to create a
First Public Working Draft of the Use Cases and Requirements. A FPWD is
a "heart-beat" document that is not expected to be final but that gives
the W3C management and community an indication of the direction of the
group, as well as proof that it is indeed getting its work done. We will
expect the UCR to be issued in additional versions as the work
progresses. Our goal for the FPWD is to meet the August 9 W3C deadline
for publishing documents, which means that the group needs to approve
the document before that.

Also, it would be good to have by the end of the Oxford meeting an idea
of how the DCAT group will proceed once the UCR FPWD is in place. We
should also determine if the work so far informs the Profile and Content
Negotiation groups, or if we have more to do in gathering use cases in
those areas.
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Karen Coyle
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