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From: Thomas Roessler <tlr@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2007 17:36:47 +0200
To: public-wsc-wg@w3.org
Message-ID: <20070717153647.GM31669@raktajino.does-not-exist.org>

(In the interest of time, there's no list of closed action items in
this agenda.  I'll either send a revised version later / early
tomorrow, or let MEZ catch that particular slack at the next

Web Security Context (WSC) Call Agenda

Calling information:
Wednesday, 11 July 2007
11:00 am - 12:30 pm Eastern time

Chair pro tempore: Thomas
Regrets: MEZ


1. Administrivia; pick scribe

2. Approve mintues from last meeting

3. Agenda bashing

4. wsc-usecases progress toward last call


   Editor's report: Tyler, what has happened recently?

   What's the current state of section 7?

   ISSUE-6 looks ripe; see latest messages linked from here:

   ISSUE-38 has a proposal from MEZ and no objections. 
   PROPOSED to adopt the text and close the issue:

   Proposal to close 11 issues; paging von Niman and Yonaitis
     Subject: Re: ISSUE-78: Definitions
     PROPOSED: to reassign this issue to the rec-track deliverables.

     Subject: Re: ISSUE-79: Understandability of security settings
     PROPOSED: to close without changing Note text.
     Subject: Re: ISSUE-80: Non-visual (multiomodal) presentation
       of security information
     PROPOSED: to close unless there's a concrete proposal for change
       of the Note.
     Subject: Re: ISSUE-81: Mobile Web in Scope 
     PROPOSED: to close without change to text, but note that MWBP
       WG be asked to review early working draft of rec-track
     Subject: Re: ISSUE-82: Shared use in public spaces and homes
     PROPOSED: to close without change; this topic has seen
       extensive discussion in the group, and no new information was
       supplied in raising the issue that would justify re-opening
       this question.
     Subject: Re: ISSUE-84: User/consumer education
     PROPOSED: to close without change.
     Subject: Re: ISSUE-86: Accessibility 
     PROPOSED: to close without change, but note that there are
       liaison mechanisms with WAI in place.
     Subject: Re: ISSUE-88: Recommend the use of information
       architecture and design technologies
     PROPOSED: to close without change, unless a concrete proposal is
       made in time for the call.
     Subject: Re: ISSUE-89: Multimodality of indicators
     PROPOSED: to close; duplicates ISSUE-80
     Subject: Re: ISSUE-93: Multi-platform compatibility
     PROPOSED: to close without change; would lead to poor restatement
       of core principles.
     Subject: Re: ISSUE-94: More f-looking and future-proof?
     PROPOSED: to close; points a, c, d out of scope; point b covered
       by ISSUE-87.

5. rec-track document update


   Editor's report: Shawn, where are we?  What's missing? Who's
   lacking conformance language?

6. Self Signed Certificates  (Stephen Farrell)

7. BrowserLockDown (Tim Hahn)


Thomas Roessler, W3C  <tlr@w3.org>
Received on Tuesday, 17 July 2007 15:36:53 UTC

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