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First Teleconference: Wednesday May 6th 13:00 UTC - setting agenda

From: Harry Halpin <hhalpin@ibiblio.org>
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 21:43:59 +0100
Message-ID: <b3be92a00904271343l3d024079w29b14c837f156faf@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-xg-socialweb@w3.org
Cc: "public-social-web-talk@w3.org" <public-social-web-talk@w3.org>

    After considerable trouble, it appears that Wednesdays at 13:00
UTC are the best teleconference time for this XG [1]. Does anyone have
a severe problem with this? However, this Wednesday seems like it in
particular might be troublesome to a number of people who can
nonethless attend Wendesdays regularly now they know about it. So, I
suggest having our first teleconference May 6th, giving people an
adequate amount of time to get their schedule in order. By now, if you
are an invited expert, you should have your login and filled out the
Royalty-Free Patent agreement forms. Tell me if you have not.

However, in order to maximize productive telecon time, I suggest that
we work on crafting an agenda for our meeting next week. Off the top
of my head, I'm considering having the roles on the agenda be:

    1) List of other communities from outside the W3C to invite to our
telecon. Building off DanBri's proposals to have this XG be a "talking
shop", we need to find people to talk to us. Since we only run for one
year, we really only have space for about 20 invited talks from both
inside the W3C and outside. I'd like people who have some technology
or proposed standard to be considered for future standard. So, Mobile
Best Practices WG, OpenID, OpenSocial, and the like come to my mind.

    2) I'd also like to hear your thoughts about the role of the W3C
in the Social Web, and what you expect to see out of this group and in
the final report. The preliminary idea is to rotate bi-weekly between
inviting other parts of the W3C and the community to the Social Web
XG, and then the week following spend our time discussing how that
particular part of the technology fits into the final report, with the
write up reflecting that discussion happening shortly thereafter.

    3) Lastly, we have a number of deliverables in our charter, and
these deliverables will need editors. Who is interested in editing?
It's a time-consuming task, but rewarding. If you are interested in
editing, which documents in the charter are you most interested in
editing [2]? A great explanation of editing is found here [3]

[1] http://tibor.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/1/socialwebtime/results
[2] http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/socialweb/charter#deliverables
[3] http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Member/chairs/1999JanMar/0056
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