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Re: f2f wrap up & next steps

From: Kevin Kiley <kevin.kiley@3pmobile.com>
Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2012 08:22:30 +0000
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Goodness... what a bunch of 'pent up energy' THAT was!

The 'water-cooler' conversation nearly boiled over that time.

I think it had something to do with the 4 day 'dead zone' on the public list
coming out of the Seattle F2F.

I don't think that's ever happened before after any other F2F.

A lot of confusion (still) about exactly what went on there ( if you weren't there ) and what
the 'current' working drafts look like now... but that's what happens when 'leaps' are
made in a spec, I suppose... it takes TIME to 'codify' what happened.

Looking forward to seeing all the Seattle results codified in (new) published drafts.

I think there is, also, some bona-fide confusion about what the 'timetable' looks like
at this point . There just doesn't seem to be 'one place' at the moment where
that is  clearly indicated.

I'm sorry there was no teleconference call today... and ( as per Aleecia ) won't be one
next week, either. It will probably be 3 weeks, then, before the actual 'new timetable'
is fully established.

That's OK. Nobody said this was going to be easy.

I think it's also obvious, now, that there is going to HAVE to be at least one more F2F before things
move out of the 'Working Draft' phase an on to the final W3C project stages.

Looking forward to learning the exact timeframe for that, as well.

Back to the water-cooler...

Regards
Kevin
Received on Thursday, 28 June 2012 08:23:06 UTC

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