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Re: W3C FSW community group Re: OneSocialWeb Project Status

From: Andreas Kuckartz <A.Kuckartz@ping.de>
Date: 11 Jan 2012 23:45:26 +0100
Message-ID: <4F0E1106.7000605@ping.de>
To: public-xg-federatedsocialweb@w3.org
Cc: onesocialweb@googlegroups.com
To late! I submitted the proposal about an hour ago after I found out
how easy that is.

The funny thing is that "Federated Social Web" was shown as an example
of a group name in the form :-)


On 11.01.2012 22:57, Evan Prodromou wrote:
> Andreas,
> I would support the creation of a new FSW community group.
> However, I think Harry was planning to get it started.
> Can you coordinate with him first?
> -Evan
> On 01/11/2012 03:24 PM, Andreas Kuckartz wrote:
>> The W3C Federated Social Web Incubator Group also is inactive since it
>> ended on 15 December 2011.
>> http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/federatedsocialweb/charter
>> I am cross-posting to the still functioning W3C Federated Social Web
>> Incubator mailing list.
>> I remember that a decision was made a few months ago to create a W3C FSW
>> community group. But as far as I know this has not yet been done. If
>> there are no objections and no other volunteers I will attempt to do
>> that next week.
>> It would also be a good home for OneSocialWeb people. I do not think
>> that it currently would make sense to create a separate OSW community
>> group.
>> The most appropriate home for the development of protocols such as XMPP
>> XEPs might be xmpp.org. But that also requires people who contribute.
>> Cheers,
>> Andreas
>> ---
>> On 11.01.2012 18:08, Melvin Carvalho wrote:
>>> On 7 January 2012 16:39, Daniel Appelquist<appelquist@gmail.com> 
>>> wrote:
>>>> Hi all --
>>>>  From a perspective of an ex-"product manager" on OSW I would love
>>>> to see the protocol and code taken up and used by others.
>>>> Everything is open source. However, if anyone would like to evolve
>>>> the protocol significantly then I would like to recommend doing it
>>>> within the context of a w3c community group:
>>>> http://www.w3.org/community/
>>>> Community groups are a new process by which working groups can be
>>>> spun up quickly with very little overhead and no cost - groups that
>>>> anyone can participate in (not only people from w3c member
>>>> organizations). Although I cannot offer much of my time right now I
>>>> would definitely help set up the infrastructure and support for
>>>> creation of such a group.
>>>> </end-plug>
>>> +1 to community group
>>> If someone wants to start one, I'd be happy to vote it up.  I'm sure
>>> it would not be an issue to get it approved ...
>>>> Thanks and best of luck,
>>>> Dan
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