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[CfC] Audio Buffer "Data Races" issue

From: Olivier Thereaux <Olivier.Thereaux@bbc.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 2013 11:19:16 +0000
To: Audio WG <public-audio@w3.org>
Message-ID: <72033760-A773-41B8-B259-F44650DD56A4@bbc.co.uk>
Dear Audio WG members,

This is a call for consensus (CfC) on the "AudioBuffer Data Races" issue.

Most of the context and relevant links can be found in Bugzilla:

Several proposals have been made and then developed based on conversations in the group. My impression is that the proposal which we generally refer to as "ROC's proposal", detailed here - https://wiki.mozilla.org/User:Roc/AudioBufferProposal - is gathering some amount of consensus. That is, it may not be the ideal solution for some, and others may dislike it, but it seems to be a solution which every member of the WG can live with.

This CfC aims assess whether this impression of emerging consensus is correct. Please reply to this e-mail if you (or your the organisation you represent) can NOT live with this proposed solution. If you do, please include a rationale for your objection and/or the change(s) which you would like to see in the proposal for your organisation to be able to live with the solution.

If you are in favour of the proposed solution, or can live with it, you do not need to reply to this e-mail.

Please reply with any objection before Thursday, 5th September 2013 at noon Boston time - the time of our next teleconference. Based on the results of the CFC, we will take note of consensus (or lack thereof) and the editors will take away any instruction from the group to implement the solution, with or without changes.

Thank you,
Olivier and Chris - Audio WG chairs

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