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Re: [agenda] telecon 4/7/2011

From: Dan Burnett <dburnett@voxeo.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2011 11:22:28 -0400
Cc: "public-xg-htmlspeech@w3.org" <public-xg-htmlspeech@w3.org>
Message-Id: <33B4A36A-D339-4A70-B7F0-4A7306D52D67@voxeo.com>
To: Michael Bodell <mbodell@microsoft.com>
One of the things I'd like to hear when we start item 2 on the agenda  
is, from Bjorn, Robert, and Olli, how each would compare and contrast  
his proposal to the other two proposals.  I suspect that this will  
help clarify any misunderstandings and could generate some interesting  
discussion.

-- dan

On Apr 5, 2011, at 8:30 PM, Michael Bodell wrote:

> We will be having a telecon this week.  The meeting will cover some  
> logistical information and then some open ended discussion of the  
> proposals and email threads that have been sent as well as some  
> updates from other related works (I.e., ietf and w3c real-time  
> communication and other related tracks) that may influence the  
> discussion.  The main purpose of the discussion isn’t to solve the  
> issues this week (although if that happens, great!), but more to try  
> and figure out the scope and space of issues to structure future  
> teleconferences and other pre-work for the F2F.  There may be some  
> issues we can solve on the call, some we can categorize and move to  
> future calls or the F2F, some we may dismiss, and others may spawn a  
> new set of issues to consider.
>
> Agenda:
>
> 1.      F2F Logistics:  Any updates on attendance, hotel bookings,  
> and questions or details from Bjorn.
> 2.      Open questions on the proposals and discussions.  Exact  
> details to be worked out on the call (if people know there are  
> topics they want to discuss, feel free to send email to the list  
> before the meeting too), but possible topics include:
> a.       Questions and clarifications of any of the existing  
> proposals.
> b.      More details of streaming protocols (XHR versus MRCP versus  
> RTC versus others)
> c.       Marc and Milan’s ideas around a set of macros over protocols.
> d.      Milan’s expansion of Olli’s idea to build a standard speech  
> web service such as a version of MRCP over HTTP
> e.       Single API or API continuum versus multiple distinct V1 and  
> V2 API
> f.       <device> versus Capture API versus some other version of  
> one of these APIs or a different way to capture audio (and,  
> optionally, video)
> g.      More discussion of “Open” versus “Closed” recognition  
> proposals and what is a satisfactory solution to all (both with  
> respect to needed functionality as well as realistic timelines)
>
> ==============
> ==Telecon info ==
> ==============
>
> Date:  Thursday, 7 April 2011
> Time:  Noon (New York), 1700 (Central Europe), 0100 (Tokyo)
> Duration:  90 minutes
>
> US telephone number:  +1.617.761.6200
> France telephone number:  +33.4.26.46.79.03
> UK telephone number:  +44.203.318.0479
>
> Conference code:  48657# (HTMLS#)
>
> Info on using Zakim:  http://www.w3.org/2002/01/UsingZakim
> Irc channel:  #htmlspeech
>
> ===================
> = Recent minute-takers =
> ===================
> 17 March: Dan Burnett
> 17 February: Bjorn Bringert
> 16 December: Robert Brown
> 9 December: Dan Druta
> 2 December: Raj Tumuluri
> 18 November: Milan Young, Dan Burnett
> 11 November: Debbie Dahl
>
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