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Updated draft agenda, Oct. 23-24 face-to-face meeting

From: Michael(tm) Smith <mike@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2008 18:45:01 +0900
To: public-html@w3.org
Message-ID: <20081022094501.GB1713@toro.w3.mag.keio.ac.jp>

The following is an updated draft agenda for the HTML Working Group
October 2008 face-to-face meeting. 

Note that we are starting at 9am each day (not 8:30), and have
scheduled 90 minutes for lunch breaks (because people have asked
for longer breaks to have more opportunities for informal
discussions).

Also, we have added space in the agenda both on Thursday and
Friday afternoon from 14:00 to 15:30 for "unconference"
presentations/discussions.

If you have proposals for unconference sessions or other additions
to the agenda, feel free to reply to this message with your proposal.

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Thursday 23 October
-----------------------------------------------------------------
  09:00-09:15
    Convene, do self-introductions, get volunteers for scribing.

  09:15-09:30
    - Briefly review the list of HTML WG open issues:
      http://www.w3.org/html/wg/tracker/issues/open
    - Schedule agenda time for issues discussion (during Thursday
      afternoon).

  09:30-10:00
    Discuss proposals for "unconference" sessions to add to the
    agenda.

  10:00-10:30
    Finalize agenda.

  10:30-11:00
    Morning coffee break

  11:00-12:30
    Joint meeting with W3C TAG members, with discussion focusing
    on modularization of the HTML5 specification.

  12:30-14:00
    Lunch

  14:00-14:45
    First block of time for any proposed "unconference" sessions.
      /
    First block of time for discussion of open issues.

  14:45-15:30
    Second block of time for any proposed "unconference" sessions.
      /
    Second block of time for discussion of open issues.

  15:30-16:00
    Afternoon break.

  16:00-17:45
    Begin section-by-section "progress" review of the current
    HTML5 draft, with the goals of:

      - evaluating the stability/maturity and implementation
        status of each part
      - possibly, updating in real time the marginal annotations
        in the spec to document current status
      - evaluating which parts of the spec are potential
        candidates for being split out and/or taken on by
        additional editors

  17:45-18:00
    Review what progress we've made during the first day, and
    re-plan and adjust the agenda for day two as needed.

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Friday 24 October
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  09:00-09:15
    Re-convene, do introductions from those who didn't attend on
    day one.

  09:15-10:30
    Continue section-by-section "progress" review of the current
    HTML5 draft, with the goals of:

      - evaluating the stability/maturity and implementation
        status of each part
      - possibly, updating in real time the marginal annotations
        in the spec to document current status
      - evaluating which parts of the spec are potential
        candidates for being split out and/or taken on by
        additional editors

  10:30-11:00
    Morning break.

  11:00-11:30
    One or more people in the group with experience in test-case
    development will give high-level introduction about writing of
    test cases for specs and building test suites.

  11:30-12:30
    Begin hands-on test-case-writing tutorial, again led by one or
    more people in the group with experience in test-case development.

  12:30-14:00
    Lunch break.

  14:00-

  14:00-14:45
    Continue hands-on test-case-writing tutorial.
      /
    First block of time for any proposed "unconference" sessions.

  14:45-15:30
    Wrap up test-case tutorial/discussion.
      /
    Second block of time for discussion of open issues.

  15:30-16:00
    Afternoon break.

  16:00-17:30
    Wrap-up and summarize what we've achieved during this
    face-to-face, and document plan for going forward with open
    issues, possible spec modularization, test-suite work, etc.,
    after the face-to-face.

-- 
Michael(tm) Smith
http://people.w3.org/mike/
Received on Wednesday, 22 October 2008 09:45:44 GMT

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