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OpenActive W3C Community Group Call 27/02/2019

From: Nick Evans <nick.evans@theodi.org>
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2019 00:08:05 +0000
Message-ID: <CABCNhnnRm5iObLi=nEdxPN48_9_rG3FUig9h5emZBFh3gBzm5g@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-openactive@w3.org
Cc: Leigh Dodds <leigh.dodds@theodi.org>
Hi all,

Thanks so much for your time on the call today.

On-demand catchup now available:
https://w3c.openactive.io/meetings/2018-02-27-booking-overview-and-direction-check

Note that the first half of the call serves as a good intro to the current
state of the booking spec if anyone who couldn't make it today is looking
for a way to quickly get up to speed.

As a result of the call I have:

   - Clarified the spec regarding the error raised when attempting to book
   a non-"bookable" opportunity.
   - Amended the spec to make cancelling multiple items atomic, with an
   outstanding question regarding restrictions (
   https://github.com/openactive/open-booking-api/issues/102)
   - Raised and linked an additional issue:
   https://github.com/openactive/open-booking-api/issues/103

Thank you for those who have contributed your thoughts to GitHub so far,
more thoughts very welcome.

We're extending next week's call by 30 minutes to trial a longer slot, to
ensure we have time to cover all the questions that come up - feel free to
just join for the first hour if you're pressed for time.

As mentioned on the call please let us know if you're interested in doing
some quick design work for your system.

As always all your contributions are immensely valuable, and we very
appreciate your time during this crucial stage.

Many thanks,

Nick

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Nick Evans

Associate & Sector Specialist

Open Data Institute <http://theodi.org/> | +447813318661
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