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Re: [widgets] Draft Minutes for 10 December 2009 Voice Conference

From: Stephen Jolly <stephen.jolly@rd.bbc.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2009 15:49:49 +0000
Message-Id: <D644A227-C72C-4C71-BEF0-2C16AE77AB29@rd.bbc.co.uk>
To: Arthur Barstow <art.barstow@nokia.com>, public-webapps@w3.org

On 10 Dec 2009, at 14:48, Arthur Barstow wrote:
<snip>
> TWI spec: CfC to publish Candidate Recommendation
> 
>   AB: given we have addressed all of the TWI LC comments, it appears
>   the TWI spec is ready for Candidate. Any comments about that?
> 
>   <darobin> +1 for CR
> 
>   <darobin> yes!
> 
>   <steve> yes

This was actually confirmation that I could hear you speaking on the conference call, but I am happy for the TWI spec to proceed to CR.

<snip>
>   AB: anything eles on WARP spec for today?
>   ... perhaps SteveJ and Marcin can use this time
> 
>   SJ: I just send an email to the public list
> 
>   MH: I can provide some info to SJ re discussions related to the
>   "local" WARP requirement
> 
>   RB: I think Arve has ideas as well
>   ... it would be good to get some input from Opera
> 
>   SJ: any feedback on what Opera has done would be useful
> 
>   <arve> We'll call in again
> 
>   Arve: I just started to read SJ'e email
>   ... I authored the doc from Opera
>   ... but not sure that feature should be supported
>   ... think defn of local should be up to the local admin
>   ... not clear what should happen with IPv6
> 
>   SJ: there is an RFC for IPv6
>   ... I'll send it to the list
>   ... IPv6 is of course more complicated

I meant that there was an RFC for IPV6 private network address space.  It's this one: http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4193

>   Arve: what's the use case for knowing what is local and what is not?
> 
>   SJ: there are some networks with no DNS or know IP addresses
>   ... but WARP requires an IP address

that should read "known", not "know"

<snip rest of minutes>

S
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