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[MEDIA_PIPELINE_TF] NO Meeting Announcement

From: Clarke Stevens <C.Stevens@CableLabs.com>
Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2011 14:58:56 -0700
To: "public-web-and-tv@w3.org" <public-web-and-tv@w3.org>
Message-ID: <CAE0416F.13EFC%c.stevens@cablelabs.com>
As I discovered after the Hollywood meeting. The groups typically take a break the week after a F2F meeting as people are returning and trying to catch up on work.

So we will not have our MPTF meeting this week. However, I have compiled a summary of what happened at the TPAC meetings and what we need to do next. We should continue the discussion online to be better prepared for our meeting next week.


TPAC notes:

We had a successful meeting with the HTML WG and they seem agreeable to our recommendations.

 *   I have an assignment to add the relevant content from our slides to the LC bug comments.
 *   Our suggestions for R1 and R3 seem to have support and will be addressed through the normal LC bug process.
 *   The HTML WG would like a short and specific list of relevant parameters, errors and events for the remainder or our requirements. There has been some discussion on this online already and a few participants have agreed to supply lists for us to give us a good start.
    *   I suggest we start with R7 and R8 as they are likely a bit more straightforward and would provide the basic structure for the related content protection requirements.
    *   I would like to start with lists relevant to the general problem as well as lists relevant to specific ABR solutions (DASH, smooth, HLS, etc.). If you are willing to provide such a list, please speak up. We will do our first analysis of the lists next week.
 *   I have also updated the MPTF requirements document to reflect our TPAC presentation. Please let me know of suggested changes. I will add the text for the other sections of this document in the next week or so.
 *   Let me know if there are other things we need to discuss.
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