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Fwd: Request for Comments on Widgets 1.0 Requirements Last Call WD

From: Arthur Barstow <art.barstow@nokia.com>
Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2008 08:23:58 -0400
Message-Id: <B0363762-EC9C-42FD-B57A-2620A8EECEA1@nokia.com>
Cc: ext Marcos Caceres <marcosscaceres@gmail.com>
To: public-xmlsec@w3.org

This is a reminder August 1 is the end of the comment period for the  
Widgets 1.0 Requirements Last Call Working Draft.

-Regards, Art Barstow


Begin forwarded message:

> From: Arthur Barstow <art.barstow@nokia.com>
> Date: June 26, 2008 4:42:23 PM EDT
> To: public-xmlsec@w3.org
> Cc: Marcos Caceres <m.caceres@qut.edu.au>
> Subject: Request for Comments on Widgets 1.0 Requirements Last Call WD
>
> Frederick, XML Security WG,
>
> On June 25 the Web Applications WG published a Last Call Working  
> Draft of the Widgets 1.0 Requirements document:
>
> [[
> <http://www.w3.org/TR/2008/WD-widgets-reqs-20080625/>
> Abstract: This document lists the design goals and requirements  
> that a specification would need to address in order to standardize  
> various aspects of widgets. Widgets are small client-side Web  
> applications for displaying and updating remote data, that are  
> packaged in a way to allow download and installation on a client  
> machine, mobile phone, or mobile Internet device. Typical examples  
> of widgets include clocks, CPU gauges, sticky notes, battery-life  
> indicators, games, and those that make use of Web services, like  
> weather forecasters, news readers, email checkers, photo albums and  
> currency converters.
>
> Introduction: A widget is an interactive single purpose application  
> for displaying and/or updating local data or data on the Web,  
> packaged in a way to allow a single download and installation on a  
> user's machine or mobile device. A widget may run as a stand alone  
> application (meaning it can run outside of a Web browser), or may  
> be embedded into a Web document. In this document, the runtime  
> environment on which a widget is run is referred to as a widget  
> user agent and a running widget is referred to as an instantiated  
> widget. Prior to instantiation, a widget exists as a widget  
> resource. For more information about widgets, see the Widget  
> Landscape document.
> ]]
>
> We would appreciate any comments your WG has on this LC document,  
> especially those requirements relevant to your WG's domain/scope.  
> The comment period ends 1 August 2008.
>
> -Regards, Art Barstow
Received on Thursday, 31 July 2008 12:25:03 GMT

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