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Re: Poll: Who would join Social Web XG(s)? 1 or 2 XGs? Telecons?

From: Bassetti, Ann <ann.bassetti@boeing.com>
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2009 11:35:14 -0800
To: "'public-social-web-talk@w3.org'" <public-social-web-talk@w3.org>
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> Two quick questions - please respond to list if possible!
>
> 1) Who would join the Social Web XG? Please add if you are a W3C member
> or not, and if your organization would join W3C.

I think it's likely we (Boeing) would join.  Yes we are W3C members.


> 2) Would you prefer one or two XGs? One XG focused on interoperability
> between exisiting work on the social web, and another focused on Best
> Practices? Or should these be done as one XG?

Smaller groups usually have better focus, but I don't have a strong opinion. Also, since we (very sadly) couldn't come to the Workshop, am not sure if those who attended came up with opinions on structure of future work.  Am watching the discussion on the list.


> 3) Regardless of one or two XGs, different telecons but same listserv to
> facilitate communication? Or one telecon?

Ditto. I have seen several favoring 2 telecons but one list. On the surface that seems logical. On the other hand, I fear for my (already excessively full) mailbox.


> I'm trying to get a head count here.
>
>     thanks,
>          -harry


Thanks for moving this forward!  -- Ann

Ann Bassetti
Associate Technical Fellow
Boeing Information Technology
Computing and Network Operations
Collaboration Services
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