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Dec. F2F Agenda Items (was: Agenda of 8 November 2005 TAG teleconference)

From: <noah_mendelsohn@us.ibm.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Nov 2005 12:27:32 -0500
To: Vincent.Quint@inrialpes.fr
Cc: www-tag@w3.org
Message-ID: <OFB216B02B.468D3779-ON852570B3.005EF05B-852570B3.005FE7FF@lotus.com>

I just saw in the meeting agenda:

> 2. Preparing agenda for Dec. f2f at MIT[13]
> 
> Collect topics and issues to be discussed during the f2f

Here are a few I'd suggest we consider scheduling (in no particular 
order):

* Followup to Edinburgh discussions of versioning:  we seemed to be off to 
a useful if somewhat slow start in settling terminology, etc., and I think 
there was some sense that versioning-related work could be a key theme for 
the TAG's work in the coming year or two.

* Self-describing documents:  I don't think we have an issue around this, 
but Tim at least informally seemed to feel it would be worth attention.  I 
agree, and I might be convinced to do some work on a finding (though we'll 
have to set priorities relative to TAG commitments already made).

* schemeProtocols-49: I owe the TAG a reworked position to be available 
within the next few weeks, allowing time for TAG members to read and 
consider before the F2F.  I think a couple of hours on this would be 
worthwhile.  The goal would be either to finally agree that there's 
something worth pursuing, or to formally put it aside for the forseeable 
future.

* Web Services and the Web:  I think we're using endPointRefs-47 as an 
excuse for the TAG to come up to speed on Web Services and perhaps to 
discover new issues worth pursuing.  Henry's worked example seems useful. 
I think this is a good use of the TAG's time.

I presume we should also spend a bit of time on F2F scheduling, thinking 
about the impact of the upcoming election (e.g. need to reassign issues 
owned by those who will be leaving), and other logistics.

Noah

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