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RE: f2f wrap up & next steps

From: Kevin Kiley <kevin.kiley@3pmobile.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2012 21:45:35 +0000
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No one should be getting 'upset' here since this is obviously just the
electronic equivalent of 'water cooler conversation'.

As Aleecia has already pointed out in her recent f2f  'thank you' memo... there won't really
be anything (new) to talk about until there are updated (public) revisions of the spec documents
available that reflect the results/decisions of the Seattle F2F ( and today's
teleconference call, I would assume ).

Aleecia mentioned something about July 2?

That's still a sunrise short of a week away.

As for any/all confusion about the TPWG 'timeline' and the actual 'current status' of the Project...
perhaps the source lies on the TPWG homepage itself.

It is still reporting a 'timeline' with W3C 'phase' descriptors that is obviously (now) out of touch with reality.

Perhaps a quick 'update' there would help clarify things.

Received on Wednesday, 27 June 2012 21:46:05 UTC

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