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Seattle Agenda

From: Lofton Henderson <lofton@rockynet.com>
Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 08:54:56 -0700
Message-Id: <5.1.0.14.2.20021211170506.04bfb380@rockynet.com>
To: www-qa-wg@w3.org

QAWG,

We should discuss the Seattle agenda on Monday (which is the last regular 
telecon before Seattle, notwithstanding that we have scheduled a *special* 
telecon Wed in case we need it to get out the WG draft of SpecGL and OpsGL).

If you are not going to be on the Monday telecon, feel free to send your 
comments in advance.

F2F hours:  8:30 - 5:00 each day?

Our single highest priority is:  whatever we have to do to achieve the 
planned Last Call of Intro, OpsGL, SpecGL, which will be about 3 weeks 
after the meeting.

First rough cut:

1.) 1/2 day for IG topics (E&O, TechPlen, etc).

2.) 1/4 day for AI review, Last Call planning, etc.

3.) 1/2 day for OpsGL/ET issues & discussion.

4.) 1 day for SpecGL/ET discussion

5.) 1/2 day for "Test" topics?  Including TestGL/ET progression, TTF, etc.

6.) 1/2 day "reserve" -- logistics (future meetings), overflow of 1-5, 
other topics, etc.

Olivier and Lynne, could you please develop a refinement of the IG 
section?  Is 1/2 day enough?  One output that I would like to see 
is:  specific actionable tasks and projects, with assigned AIs and 
schedules.  We have done a lot of good brainstorming in the past, but most 
of the ideas have not been planned and pursued (which is not to say that IG 
isn't completing valuable projects -- it is -- public-evangelist, completed 
and in-progress Notes, month in QA, etc).

Let me suggest some obvious topics:

	- the WG-outreach "briefing" AI
	- Tech Plenary plans
	- a telecon connection w/ Janet & Judy?

The last might be an interesting idea, if we think we can afford the time 
-- teleconference with the Comm outreach experts.  Note that these actually 
relate to Tokyo action items, see 
http://www.w3.org/QA/2002/10/f2f-minutes#outreach.

Regards,
-Lofton.
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