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Re: social new full set ( was: RE: Bassetti slides for AC meeting)

From: Bassetti, Ann <ann.bassetti@boeing.com>
Date: Sat, 12 May 2012 15:37:10 -0700
To: "'jeff@w3.org'" <jeff@w3.org>
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Thanks Jeff -- I am now away from my computer, & won't be back until late Sunday night (after the Welcome Reception). Not sure if I'll be able to incorporate your inputs or not. If anyone else has time, I'd appreciate the help.

-- Ann

Ann Bassetti

From: Jeff Jaffe [mailto:jeff@w3.org]
Sent: Saturday, May 12, 2012 01:45 PM
To: Bassetti, Ann
Cc: public-socialweb@w3.org <public-socialweb@w3.org>
Subject: Re: social new full set ( was: RE: Bassetti slides for AC meeting)


Thanks for putting this all together.  I think you've done an amazing job at integrating all the input.  I hope we get through the slides quickly enough so we can actually have some discussion!

I have a few suggestions, which I will insert into email rather than change the slides so that way we can have a single editor (you) for now.

1. As you go through your slides, we can easily get lost in optimizing the block diagram in the meeting.  I think this would be a distraction in a large meeting.  My recommendation is to use your slides to drive the following discussion:

 *   We are not accepting input on the block diagram in real time.  If people have suggestions they can send email or join the next call on the 21st of May.
 *   To us, the block diagram is suggestive of potential areas of standardization (slide 17 is a really nice illustration of that).  If the block diagram stimulates people to tee up proposals for the task force to look at in our May-July period, people should feel free to stand up and say so.  (I would be happy to "man" a flip chart and record ideas while you present).

If you agree, you may want to establish these ground rules in the slides themselves; or you can say so orally.

2. Slide 22 Basis set.  In my basis set email, I illustrated the notion with a straw-man basis set and scenarios.  I'm not sure if you felt this would not be helpful (which would be fine), or if you didn't see the email (in which case you might want to include the strawman).

3. Slides 28 and 29 are replaced by Slide 30.  In the current version, for some reason I can't launch the page from the ppt.  Maybe we should just embed the picture as you've done for the current slide 29.



On 5/12/2012 6:53 AM, Bassetti, Ann wrote:
Hi Everyone --

The attached set of slides seeks to incorporate all contributions I have seen to date.  I tried to put everything into a similar style, with the exception of the pages on which the diagrams were too big to fit.  I hope I have accurately represented all the contributions.

Jeff:  I'm not sure that I put Harry's and Doug Schepers' diagrams in the place you would want them.  Please check!

Steve Holbrook:  There is a placeholder for your slides to be inserted.

Feedback welcome!

  -- Ann

From: Jeff Jaffe [mailto:jeff@w3.org]
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2012 11:48 PM
To: Bassetti, Ann
Cc: public-socialweb@w3.org<mailto:public-socialweb@w3.org>
Subject: Re: Bassetti slides for AC meeting

On 5/9/2012 4:26 PM, Bassetti, Ann wrote:
Here is my draft of how I would present our work on the diagrams, etc, at the upcoming AC meeting.  Feedback welcome!

  -- Ann
Thanks, Ann that looks good.

Meanwhile I caught up with Harry.  You'll all recall that he was going to make some initial recommendations on standardization.  We agreed that they should be first socialized with the task force.

So, attached is the integrated slide set for our task force for the AC meeting.   It has the boilerplate outline.  It has placeholders for Ann's slides and Steve's slides.  And in slides 6-9 it has a draft of the initial ideas for standardization.

Comments are welcome.


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