Re: F2F at TPAC 2016?

On 23/02/2016 14:30, Rick Byers wrote:
> [I thought I replied to this while I was on vacation, but apparently I
> just left it in my drafts - sorry!]
> I'm planning on being at TPAC, and I'd also love (at least a short) F2F
> with whoever else will be present.  I think there's a good chance we'll
> have some interesting spec changes to discuss around that time, so it
> could be a great opportunity to make progress F2F.

Excellent. I *think* the deadline for letting W3C know about any planned 
F2F meetings at TPAC (for room booking etc) is not too far away, so will 
check what's needed to get the ball rolling.


> I'm actually hoping that we'll do some sort of (possibly informal) F2F
> sooner for some hacking, interop & compat testing, test writing, etc.
> after the Chrome impl is ready for that (getting close!).  In particular
> we need to build a shared understanding of the compat impact of the
> implicit capture breaking change I'm proposing.  Anyone else interested
> in this, say on the US West coast (Redmond or bay area) sometime maybe
> late Q2?
> Rick
> On Feb 10, 2016 7:44 AM, "Patrick H. Lauke" <
> <>> wrote:
>     Hi all,
>     just wanted gauge interest in a F2F meeting at the next TPAC in
>     Portugal. Who's planning to physically be there, who thinks it's a
>     good idea to sit in a room together?
>     (I for one would welcome the opportunity, but purely to put proper
>     faces to names)
>     Cheers,
>     P
>     --
>     Patrick H. Lauke
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> |
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