Re: Web input brainstorming face-to-face

On 6/3/14 12:23 PM, Rick Byers wrote:
> A few of us on the Chrome and IE input teams just decided to get 
> together in Seattle on Monday June 23rd to chat informally about 
> opportunities for collaborating on improving the state of input on the 
> web (touch, scrolling, virtual keyboards, etc.).  We'd love to open 
> this up to any other browser/framework implementers with expertise in 
> input.
> This is not focused on any particular proposals or existing APIs / 
> working groups (and so is by no means an official W3C face-to-face 
> meeting), but we expect that it will lead to future proposals within 
> the W3C system once we better understand our shared priorities. 
>  Please see this document 
> <> [1] 
> for an initial rough list of potential topics.
> Let Jacob or I know if you're interested in joining us at Microsoft 
> headquarters in Redmond, and if so what your area of expertise is. 
>  Space is limited so please reach out to us this week if you're 
> interested.  Sorry for the short notice, but I hope there will be many 
> more such opportunities for improved collaboration in the future!

Thanks for the heads-up on this `get together`.

FYI, if you would like to, please feel free to use the RRSAgent bot and 
either the #touchevents or #pointerevents channel.

Looking forward to the notes/summary.


>   Rick
> [1] 

Received on Monday, 23 June 2014 13:27:17 UTC