Status of action items Re: W3C Audio WG Teleconference this week - 15 August 2013

In preparation for our fortnightly teleconference, here is a status of our open action items:

* ACTION-57: Update midi draft to mention issues to be sent to github (on Jussi Kalliokoski)

The current drafts in /TR and on github both mention the mailing-list as the go-to place for feedback. I'm actually tempted to drop this action item: we can always add issues in github after some discussion of feedback on the list, and given how the github discussions are mainly invisible to the group, I don't think it should be the default feedback route.

* ACTION-60: Ask whether we can unlock attachments in bugzilla (on me)

This seems moot. I've looked at the minutes of the teleconference in which this AI was created, and it seemed to be about patches in bugzilla, which I've tested since. Moving to close, we can reopen if someone finds any real issue with bugzilla and attachments/patches.

* ACTION-64: Remove the #OldNames section from the webaudio spec (on Chris Rogers)

Pending completion.

* ACTION-65: Create a bugzilla issue to look into how web audio relates to openAL, whether we need to dig deeper re- IPR (on me)

Done here:

* ACTION-66: Look into what dezippering in webkit was based on (on Chris Lowis)

Pending completion.

I have changed the status of ACTION-57, ACTION-60 and ACTION-65 to "Pending Review". Barring any objection, I will close them in a week's time.


On 14 Aug 2013, at 14:00, Olivier Thereaux <> wrote:
> This is a reminder that our next teleconference is scheduled for tomorrow, 15 august 2013 at noon Boston time:
> Logistics as usual - Zakim phone bridge code 28346 ("AUDIO") and irc://

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