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I need your status reports and agenda items

From: Lorrie Cranor <lorrie@cs.cmu.edu>
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2004 11:15:34 -0500
Cc: public-p3p-spec@w3.org
To: Lorrie Cranor <lorrie@cs.cmu.edu>
Message-Id: <DEB107B4-501A-11D8-A7F2-000A95DA3F5A@cs.cmu.edu>

Except for a few friendly welcome back and congratulation messages 
(thank you) I have gotten no response to my email from last week 
(copied below). I would like a brief status report from all task forces 
ASAP and suggested agenda items for this week's call.



On Tuesday, January 20, 2004, at 04:04 PM, Lorrie Cranor wrote:

> P3P Working Group members,
> First, I wanted to let you all know that I am back from maternity 
> leave and have completed my move from New Jersey to Pittsburgh. I have 
> joined the faculty of the School of Computer Science at Carnegie 
> Mellon University (new contact info below).
> Second, I wanted to let you all know that I will resume chairing the 
> P3P working group meetings with our next conference call on January > 28.
> Finally, I want to remind you all of the schedule of deliverables in 
> our charter 
> http://www.w3.org/P3P/Group/Specification/1.1/01-spec-charter.html and 
> let you know how I plan to move forward.
> According to our charter we should have published complete working 
> drafts in November and should be publishing last call drafts in 
> January so that we are on track for CR in February and PR in April. We 
> are a little behind schedule, but not terribly so. From the beginning, 
> the idea behind this working group was to pick the low hanging fruit 
> and get done as much as we could in a 16 month time frame. Anything 
> that can't be accomplished in that time frame will have to wait for 
> W3C to charter a working group for the next version of P3P (interest 
> and resources permitting). So, the time has come to focus on what 
> remaining items we can get done in P3P1.1 and put the rest aside.
> Rigo is hoping to have an edited P3P 1.1 working draft with all the 
> changes the working group has approved so far ready by the end of this 
> month. I am working with Rigo to update buzilla and figure out where 
> things stand. If you are a taskforce chair, I would appreciate it if 
> you could send email to the working group by the end of the week 
> summarizing the current status of your taskforce's work, what 
> additional work you think is realistic to accomplish in the next 
> month, and any issues you need the full working group to resolve 
> before moving forward. If you are not a taskforce chair but have been 
> assigned a major action item, please do likewise.
> I would like to get *complete* drafts of all proposed 
> additions/changes to the specification no later than February 13. By 
> complete, I mean something that is fully fleshed out such that it can 
> be put in the spec more or less as-is if the working group decides 
> they like it. We will then consider each of these proposals and decide 
> whether we want to accept the proposal as-is or with changes, or 
> whether we think the idea should wait for another version of P3P. You 
> are of course welcome to send us proposals earlier than February 13, 
> or to post incomplete proposals before February 13 so that you can get 
> feedback on early drafts. Any pending issue for which we do not have a 
> complete draft by February 13 will not be addressed in P3P 1.1. So if 
> there is something you care about, please see to it that you get a 
> proposal in.
> Our next call will be on Wednesday, January 28 at the usual time and 
> place. Please let me know if you have any items you would like me to 
> schedule for the agenda.
> Thanks!
> Lorrie
> --
> Lorrie Faith Cranor, Associate Research Professor
> Computer Science and Engineering & Public Policy
> Carnegie Mellon University
> ISRI, School of Computer Science
> 5000 Forbes Ave
> Pittsburgh, PA 15213
> 412-268-7534
> Office: Doherty Hall 4301A
> lorrie@cs.cmu.edu
> http://lorrie.cranor.org/
Received on Monday, 26 January 2004 11:15:32 UTC

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