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poll for MBUI Lyon face to face

From: Dave Raggett <dsr@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 07 Sep 2012 10:29:42 +0100
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We have been assigned two days for the face to face (Monday 29 Oct, Tuesday 30 Oct. Do we need the full two days, one and a half days or just one day? If less than the full days when shall the meeting start and end?

The MBUI meeting will take place as part  of the W3C Technical Plenary, see:


Note that this gives us an opportunity to network with people from other W3C working groups, and I thought it might be work us synching up with the Web accessibility folks in the Protocols and Formats WG to get their perspective on model-based techniques, and the implications for assistive technology, particularly for HTML5.

Wednesday, 32 October is a plenary day and everyone is encouraged to attend. The format is oriented around some joint sessions, but with plenty of time for break-out groups. Anyone can propose and lead a break-out session. We could for instance organize a session on the role of standardization in relation to academic research projects, or perhaps a session on web authoring tools and processes.

To assist with the cost of running the meetings, W3C is charging a daily fee of 45 Euros (which includes lunch). This rises to 135 Euros a day if you fail to pay by 16 October.

Face to face meetings are great for working on the details, for one thing we can all clearly hear each other, for another, we can use a shared white board!  Please indicate your preferences for the meeting slots on the following form:


You should pick yes, no or yes if need be for each of the four half day slots.

and you are encouraged to send comments to this list (public-mbui@w3.org)

We will make a final decision at next week's call.

Many thanks,

Dave Raggett <dsr@w3.org> http://www.w3.org/People/Raggett
Received on Friday, 7 September 2012 09:30:11 UTC

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