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regrets - Re: Agenda for Thurs Call (Sept 11th)

From: Christophe Strobbe <christophe.strobbe@esat.kuleuven.be>
Date: Tue, 09 Sep 2008 10:48:36 +0200
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To: public-svg-ig@w3.org


I'll be in a project meeting (Thursday - Saturday).

Best regards,

Christophe

At 00:25 9/09/2008, Jeff Schiller wrote:

>Revised agenda below:
>
>1) Process
>- getting started with the Tracker
>- new members, wiki involvement
>
>2) SVG Open meetup, post-mortem
>- Doug: to discuss
>
>3) Accessibility
>- quick discussion spec-related goings-on with title/desc
>- still need to evaluate Konqueror, Amaya and various plugins and
>summarize behavior for tooltip titles across them all (I suggest a
>wiki page) - anyone care to collaborate?
>- still wrapping up Inkscape hacking (need to have discussion with Jon
>Cruz on the UI)
>- plan to move on to Webkit hacking to align browser behavior of
>titles/tooltips with other desktop browsers once that behavior has
>been finalized
>
>4) Community Building (Website, others)
>- Rob Russell: status updates on website, next steps, add to Tracker
>- Jeff: discussions started with Brad Neuberg (Google, Ajaxian) who
>job is to help build awareness and excitement for open web graphics.
>Further discussions to take place (I've asked Brad to join the IG)
>
>5) Torture Tests
>- discussion of ddailey's 'canonical' examples (purpose, deployment)
>- further discussion of David's email for torture tests

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