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{agenda} HTML WG telcon 2009-04-23

From: Sam Ruby <rubys@intertwingly.net>
Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2009 12:30:24 -0400
Message-ID: <49EF4620.1060203@intertwingly.net>
To: public-html-wg-announce@w3.org
CC: "'HTML WG'" <public-html@w3.org>
The HTML Working Group will have its usual weekly teleconference on
2009-04-23 for 60 minutes from 17:00Z to 18:00Z.


Tokyo 01:00+1, Amsterdam/Oslo 18:00, London/Dublin 17:00, New 
Jersey/York 12 noon, Kansas City 11:00, Seattle/San Francisco 09:00.

I (Sam Ruby) will chair this meeting.  We are looking for a scribe.


        Topics we want to cover are included by a review of raised, 
open, and pending review items from the tracker, based on target dates 
of associated action items:


We specifically need somebody who can address the action items assigned 
to Lachlan Hunt (action 34s, 78, and 103), to either attend the call or 
to update the actions or to respond on public-html.

Heads up: in the past I mounted a campaign to downgrade "open" issues 
without a concrete proposal as "raised".  In May, I intend to start (a) 
discussing outright closing any "raised" issues that have nobody 
interested in providing a concrete proposal to resolve, and (b) begin 
actively demoting "open" issues that aren't actively being pursued, even 
if they have a concrete proposal.

Also in May, we will also need to begin the grueling task of determining 
consensus for what is in the HTML 5 document.  I see this as having 
three parts: the easiest being to see if we agree on what is in the 
document.  A bit harder is to see if we agree on what is *not* in the 
document (e.g., summary, @profile).  Harder yet is access is how to get 
actionable feedback from other groups (e.g., accessibility of canvas).

I don't yet know if Ian's goal for Last Call in October is achievable, 
but I would like to see us pursue a Last Call which we truly see as a 
Last Call, i.e., something with a realistic chance of being accepted or 
only receiving minor comments.

Ian's alternate stylesheet and progress towards evaluating feedback on 
what he calls "micro-data features" make make cautiously optimistic 
about the prospects.

Additions to the agenda are welcome. If you plan to attend the telcon
and wish to place an item on the agenda, please reply to this message
with your agenda request.

Dial-in and IRC details:

      Zakim teleconference bridge
       +1.617.761.6200, +, +44.117.370.6152
       code: HTML (4865)

      Supplementary IRC chat (logged)
        #html-wg on irc.w3.org port 6665 or port 80

- Sam Ruby
Received on Wednesday, 22 April 2009 16:31:14 UTC

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