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FYI - Fwd: Agenda Review Meeting and Agenda Meeting with POs from LSPs 11 March 2019

From: Dave Raggett <dsr@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 4 Mar 2019 23:44:08 +0100
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To: public-dxwg-wg@w3.org
Ovidiu says:

> Representatives of all WPLs are requested to be present, along with as many partners as possible.

So our presence would be desirable, but not perhaps 100% essential. 

Your advice is needed.

Many thanks,
Dave

> Begin forwarded message:
> 
> From: Ovidiu Vermesan <Ovidiu.Vermesan@sintef.no>
> Subject: Agenda Review Meeting and Agenda Meeting with POs from LSPs 11 March 2019 
> Date: 4 March 2019 at 21:23:17 CET
> To: create-iot-consortium <create-iot-consortium@create-iot.eu>
> 
> Dear partners,
>  
> I had an informative and productive Telco this afternoon with the PO and one of his colleagues. We discussed the detailed agendas for the two upcoming meetings on 11 March 2018.
>  
> The review meeting has been confirmed and will be held in Brussels on Monday, 11 March 2019 from 10:00 to 14:30. The meeting with the POs of the LSPs will be held the same day, from 14:30 to 17:00. The meeting location is Beaulieu 25, 1160 Brussels (Room TBC).
>  
> The review will focus on the primary and core action points identified after 25 October 2018’s review and during the past eight months (m19–m26). It is important to provide good presentations on the main achievements and impacts, highlighting the best practices and reference activities as well as the actions taken/implemented to address the experts’ recommendations.
>  
> The objective is providing guidance to the consortium, align expectations and focus on proactive interactions between the partners, LSPs and the wider community.
>  
> The challenge will be to take a strong position at the meeting by presenting the achievements and demonstrate an agile and proactive approach to the final 10 months.
>  
> We have discussed and agreed upon on the main topics for the review meeting (10:00 to 14:30), which are also reflected in the attached agenda for the review:
> Communication and cohesive measures for combined outputs and extracting main impacts (WP07)
> IoT Interoperability and Standardisation (WP06)
> IoT Policy Framework (WP05)
> Creativity and IoT and Arts integration (WP03)   
> Prioriteres for WP01 and WP02    
> Speed dating for ACTIVEAGE, AUTOPILOT, IoF2020, MONICA, SYNCRONICITY, U4IoT
>  
> Regarding the agenda for the afternoon meeting (14:30–17:00), we discussed a draft proposal that I will share with you tomorrow, after all the POs have provided their input.
>  
> As discussed in Lisbon, the consortium partners are committed to having a successful review and an interactive meeting with the POs of the LSPs. Representatives of all WPLs are requested to be present, along with as many partners as possible.
>  
> As several of us will arrive Sunday, we will organise a rehearsal meeting to properly prepare for the review meeting and align the messages.
>  
> I will get back to individual WPLs and partners with requests for the information needed to finalise and submit the pending deliverables up to m26.
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> This review is a milestone we need to address professionally highlighting the main project achievements and impact.
>  
> Best regards,
>  
> Ovidiu
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W3C Data Activity Lead & W3C champion for the Web of things 
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