Thanks for welcoming. I apologize for the delayed response. As I was in vacation I could not respond.
To The group:
It is good to be part of this working group. My name is Balaji N V, and I am working for Samsung. I work out of Samsung Bangalore, India office. This is my first standard participation.
I would be interested in declaration of APIs and applications, concrete APIs and Policy description. To begin with I would like just to observe and review the proposals. Going forwrd I can contribute as well in these areas. I have hands-on implementation experience of Web runtime.
I would like to understand what it takes to participate in Interop. Once I understand I should be able to decide whether I can commit for it.
I follow OMTP Bondi standardization as well. I am not a part of Bondi though, and I hope to enroll myself soon.
I would not be able to make it to the forthcoming F2F meeting as I just got to see the notification today. Hope I could it make it to the next one.
Balaji N V
Samsung India Software Operations,
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Sender : Frederick Hirsch<firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date : Mar 10, 2010 04:11 (GMT+09:00)
Title : Welcome to DAP
Welcome to the Device APIs Working Group!
If you have not already done so, please review the group charter
, the public working group page , and the approved meeting
The working group page has information on our meeting schedule  and
how to use IRC  .
Our next teleconference is tomorrow, 10 March , to be followed by a
F2F next week 16-18 March .
The working group is defining APIs, including security and privacy
considerations. In addition the working group is defining policy
framework to express security policies to govern access to security
and privacy critical APIs.
All of our technical work is to be done on our public mailing list ( email@example.com
Please introduce yourself on this mailing list, indicating who you
are, why you are interested in participating in the Device APIs WG,
which parts of the charter are of particular interest, your
expectations, and where you might be able to contribute. If you are
working on implementations or related standards that would be useful
information, as well as your interest and ability to participate in
Thank you, and welcome to the working group.
Frederick Hirsch, Nokia;
Co-Chair, W3C DAP Working Group