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From: Kazuyuki Ashimura <ashimura@w3.org>
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also as text below.

Thanks for taking these minutes, Ted!



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                             Automotive WG

17 May 2016

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          Paul_Boyes, Rudi_Streif, Ted_Guild, Peter_Winzel,
          Kevin_Gavigan, Adam_Crofts, Kaz_Ashimura, Powell_Kinney

          Paul, Rusi, Peter



     * [3]Topics
         1. [4]Iotivity OCF
         2. [5]Powell's issue on the documentation format
     * [6]Summary of Action Items

   <scribe> scribenick: ted

Iotivity OCF

   rudi: this seems like a viable framework that might work for
   our REST services

   kevin: makes sense

   <paul> [7]https://www.iotivity.org/

      [7] https://www.iotivity.org/

   <paul> [8]http://openconnectivity.org/

      [8] http://openconnectivity.org/

   rudi: i got into contact with a small nearby startup that has
   their own nodejs approach but it not suited to our needs

   <paul> [9]https://smartcar.com

      [9] https://smartcar.com/

   paul: we met with agl yesterday about working together with

   ... they are open to it. ted and dan tooks some actions to get
   the organizations in-line

   peter: i'm not sure they understood our use cases fully and
   ... they have ideas of their own and seemed hesitant on vss

   ... not sure i understand that since vss has plenty of

   rudi: vss in github is not complete, magnus is making a big
   push today so it should be cleaner soon

   ... agl was originally a tizen approach but that was abandoned
   some time ago

   ... they are both producing open source ivi stacks

   ... there are some organizational differences

   ted: we'll be learning more about agl's rest/websocket
   approach. hopefully we can get everyone on the same page.
   they're looking at iotivity too and they are open to
   modifications at this point

   <inserted> kaz: WoT IG is also talking with the OCF guys about
   IoTivity. so we might want to talk with the WoT guys as well
   about this.

   <inserted> paul: sounds good.

   kaz: where should iotivity/iot discussions take place, bg or

   paul: wg

   kaz: we should update the charter for this new work

   paul: i can take a pass at updating that charter

   ted: i can ask for an extension

   <kaz> [10]current charter

     [10] https://www.w3.org/2014/automotive/charter

   paul: sanjeev is involved in WoT and trying to get involved in

   ... i'll follow up with WoT wg on ocf

   <kaz> [ kaz: notes there was another contact from OCF for the
   WoT IG, so we should talk with the WoT IG Chair, Joerg Heuer
   first ]

   adam: clarification, what is the genivi approach on services?
   not sure we should follow agl model

   paul: the use cases we are trying to support makes sense for
   services approach. agl should look at what we are working on

   ... kevin's candidate architecture works well within genivi and

   ... there is some good alignment with genivi

   rudi: i haven't seen anything until recent in agl on services

   ... hopefully we will see implemented in both platforms

   <paul> [11]https://wiki.automotivelinux.org/eg-connectivity

     [11] https://wiki.automotivelinux.org/eg-connectivity


     [12] https://wiki.automotivelinux.org/eg-connectivity/meetings

   paul: agl's connectivity expert group is meeting on thursday
   and we are welcome to attend

Powell's issue on the documentation format

   <paul> [13]https://github.com/w3c/automotive/issues/85

     [13] https://github.com/w3c/automotive/issues/85

   ... powell hasn't joined the call yet to discuss the issue he
   created on github

   ... this aligns with how i would expect it to go

   paul: rudi, have you had a chance to dig into vss further?

   rudi: i look at it constantly and waiting for magnus' latest
   changes, expecting those today

   peter: we should look at our data spec as it is right now to
   see if there is any major difference, like zones, we need to
   work out

   paul: it is clear that zone goes away with vss

   ... can you take a look peter at a section and compare the two
   of them?

   peter: sure especially since it is to be out soon

   ... i'll have an initial review within about two weeks

   paul: plan on bringing it back for the next call

   kaz: i'll ask kddi and access if they are available/interested
   in security section/

   paul: i can take a stab at the intro

   kevin: i will take a look

   adam: i can look at the terminology with respect to

   paul: we need subscribe to spelled out more, grouping of

   adam if you want to take an initial pass that would be great

   kevin: adam and i can pair on that

   rudi: i will explore iotivity more to see if it is appropriate
   for our needs without being overkill

   paul: security is going to be critical especially as this might
   be used besides ivi

   ... for those of you that our next call is too late in the
   evening, please send updates by email or github issues

   <rstreif> got to jump onto my next meeting, ttyl

   <kaz> kaz: would ask Wonsuk as well about his interest

   <kaz> ... btw, maybe it would be better for us to use another
   title for this spec because we already use "Vehicle Information
   Access API" for the existing JS API.

   <kaz> paul: the wiki says "Vehicle Information Service Spec"

   <kaz> all: ok

   [ adjourned ]

Summary of Action Items

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