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Re: Proposed 5/23 (Thurs) telcon agenda

From: Mark Skall <mark.skall@nist.gov>
Date: Thu, 23 May 2002 09:18:16 -0400
Message-Id: <5.0.0.25.2.20020523091706.02388cc0@mailserver.nist.gov>
To: Lofton Henderson <lofton@rockynet.com>, www-qa-wg@w3.org
Can we add to the agenda a discussion of dates for the October f2f?  I'd 
like to pin down dates so I can schedule around that.

Mark

At 07:59 AM 5/22/02 -0600, Lofton Henderson wrote:
>QAWG participants --
>
>Please reply (to list) with "regrets", if you know that you can't make the 
>2002-05-23 telcon.  (I have regrets so far from Olivier and Dom).
>
>About proposed agenda.  We have just published 4 parts of Framework, and 
>the f2f is exactly 3 weeks from Thursday.  I think it would be timely to 
>spend a significant chunk of this telcon on several aspects of "What Next 
>for QAWG?", and some other miscellaneous topics.  I don't expect that we 
>will resolve the larger questions before Montreal, but feel that it would 
>be useful to preview them before Montreal.   We can return to issues as 
>time permits, and at next week's regular telcon.
>
>Please comment on this proposed agenda...
>
>1.) Roll call
>
>2.) Montreal f2f (Karl)
>         - registration, hotel, etc [1]
>         - connectivity (instructions)
>         - bridge/dial-out (or dial-in)
>         - agenda items: [2] + this telcon agenda + ???
>
>3.) "QA Glossary" status report (Karl, Mark)
>
>4.) Long-term Framework goals and schedule (Lofton)
>         - [2002-05-15 published 4 Frm parts]
>         - 06/2002 Montreal f2f
>         - 09/2002 Publication all Frm Parts (FPWD at least)
>         - 10/2002 f2f Asia/Pacific (e.g., Tokyo)
>         - 01/2003 "Last Call", all Framework parts
>         - 03/2003 Tech Plenary, present "finished" Frm.
>
>5.) Framework priorities, status, needs, staffing (Lofton)
>         - Priority order:  [Ops parts]; Spec parts; Test parts
>
>         [Legend:  part:, status&needs, (lead editor)]
>         - Intro:  stable (LH)
>         - OpsGuide: needs editorial, description, etc (LH)
>         - OpsExtech:  case studies; needs ??? (LH)
>         - SpecGuide:  refine gd/ck, ed, description (LH)
>         - SpecExtech:  nothing done, no plan (unassigned)
>         - TestGuide:  nothing done, no plan (KG [+PF+dd])
>         - TestExtech:  nothing done; no plan (see above)
>
>6.) Issue:  Framework document formats
>         - must improve, for Guide-Extech maintenance
>         - XHTML with a few new 'class' attributes?
>         - or, xmlspec?
>
>7.) Staffing versus workload:
>         - 3 parts to draft from scratch
>         - 1 part needs significant development (OpsExtech)
>         - 4 parts to format convert (xmlspec or XHTML/class)
>         - 3 editors (while LR travelling)
>         - adds up to ???
>
>8.) Other possible concurrent QAWG activities
>         - W3C Project Review (Daniel?)
>         - proactive charter/ops review? (per WD OpsGuide)
>         - proactive spec review? (per WD SpecGuide)
>         - "Test" activities? (other than Frm:Test parts?)
>
>9.) Issues List [3]:  for remainder of telcon
>
>10.) Next telcon:  5/30, regular bi-weekly
>
>11.) Adjourn
>
>References:
>
>[1] http://www.w3.org/QA/2002/05/Montreal-F2F
>[2] http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-qa-wg/2002Apr/0078.html
>[3] http://www.w3.org/QA/WG/qawg-issues-html.html
>
>Logistics
>=====
>
>>Day(s):  Thursday
>>Date(s):  23rd May 2002
>>Time: 2-3:30 EDT
>>Number of Participants:  15
>>NAME of Teleconference:  QAWG
>
>Zakim bridge:  +1-617-761-6200
>Conference code : 7294 ("QAWG")
>
>Regards,
>-Lofton.

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