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Re: [EMOXG] Planning face-to-face meeting: preferences for dates

From: Marc Schröder <schroed@dfki.de>
Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2007 13:53:19 +0100
Message-ID: <45AE1C3F.2070207@dfki.de>
To: Peter Robinson <Peter.Robinson@cl.cam.ac.uk>
Cc: EMOXG-public <public-xg-emotion@w3.org>

Dear Peter Robinson,

I hope you don't mind if I reply to this with a copy to the public list, 
because the issues you are raising concern basically all people on the 
public list who are not at the same time formal group members.

Peter Robinson schrieb:
> I am not quite sure how broadly your invitation to the meeting
> in Munich was intended. 

Ah, sorry, my fault. The face-to-face meeting, like the phone meetings, 
is restricted to formal group members. As you know, there is the option 
of joining as an "invited expert" if your institution is not a W3C member.


> Incidentally, I submitted an introductory description of my 
 > interests to public-xg-emotion@w3.org at the end of August
> last year, but it never appeared on the circulation list.  I
> have never been quite sure whether or not to participate in
> discussions.

Ah, that's important. In principle, the public list should accept emails 
from all subscribers, i.e. when you send from exactly the email address 
that is subscribed (on which you receive emails from public-xg-emotion), 
the message should go through.  If that is not the case, let me know, 
and I'll try to activate some W3C staff to help us solve the problem.

In summary, the public mailing list is meant to be the place where 
interested individuals who are not formal group members (for whatever 
reason) can provide input, feedback, etc. Such input is certainly welcome!

Best regards,
Marc



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Dr. Marc Schröder, Senior Researcher
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