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Appointment of two co-editors for the web audio API spec

From: Olivier Thereaux <Olivier.Thereaux@bbc.co.uk>
Date: Tue, 27 Aug 2013 12:34:49 +0000
To: Audio WG <public-audio@w3.org>
Message-ID: <924D79CB-F981-4197-84C6-ECFD44A2905E@bbc.co.uk>
Dear all,

As you know, Chris Rogers, who had been authoring and editing the Web Audio API specification in this group for the past couple of years, recently stepped down from his role.

Today we are happy to announce the appointment of Paul Adenot (Mozilla) and Chris Wilson (Google) as co-editors of the specification. Both volunteered shortly after the announcement that Chris Rogers had stepped down, and we (Chris Lowis and myself, with support from Doug and the W3C staff) have had some very positive discussions with Chris and Paul on how they could collaborate and work with this group to take the specification to its next levels of maturity.

I want to take the opportunity to thank Google and Mozilla, as well as Paul and Chris personally, for volunteering their time and effort to take on the co-editor role. It is a significant commitment, and I am sure the whole group will be happy that the role could be not only filled with a minimal vacancy time, but also that we could find two co-editors with expert knowledge of the field of audio processing, the specification and the current crop of implementations.

Chris, Paul, it would be great if you could follow up with a short bio (as a way to re-introduce yourselves to the group) and maybe a few words on how you would like to work on the spec and some of the short- to mid-term objectives you have.

We will have our regular teleconference this week. There will be an opportunity there to ask any questions about process and planning our next steps.

Many thanks,
-- 
Chris Lowis and Olivier Thereaux, W3C Audio WG co-chairs.
Received on Tuesday, 27 August 2013 12:35:18 UTC

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