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[whatwg] XTech 2007 and web-app access to device GPS [was:Geolocation in the browser]

From: Grassel Guido <guido.grassel@nokia.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2007 12:52:52 +0200
Message-ID: <C209DA24.1225E%guido.grassel@nokia.com>
Mike,

On 2/27/07 12:34 PM, "ext Michael(tm) Smith" <mike at w3.org> wrote:

> "Grassel Guido (Nokia-NRC/Helsinki)" <guido.grassel at nokia.com>, 2007-02-27
> 08:11 +0200:
> 
>> I support a more interactive session in addition to the big hall conference
>> sessions. Subject could be something like: "Web applications access to local
>> resources - technical, security and usability challenges."
>> 
>> Please give it a try by contacting the chair Ed Dunkin (mailto:
>> edd-web at usefulinc.com) [1]. Mention me as a supporter if you like.
> 
> Actually, it's Edd Dumbill -- but I think you may have just
> coined a new nickname for him: Edd "Dunkin'" Dumbill :)
> 
Ups, very sorry. I meant to look up his name but forgot.

> Anyway, I just talked with Edd about it and it's likely that we
> can schedule a BOF session at XTech either in the evening of
> Ubiquitous Web Day there -- Tuesday, 15 May -- or in the evening
> of Thursday, 17 May. If Tuesday will work for the people who plan
> to attend (and if Edd confirms it'll be OK), I think that might be
> the better evening for it. If not, I think Thursday will be OK.
> (And as far as that Wednesday, I think there's a opening reception
> scheduled for that evening.)

Any of these times will work for me. A later date has the advantage that it
leaves more time for advertising during the conference.

Kind Regards
- Guido

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Guido Grassel, Nokia Research Center, guido.grassel at nokia.com
Received on Tuesday, 27 February 2007 02:52:52 UTC

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