Re: Extending the PEWG charter until July to get PE2 squared off and done?

Hey Patrick,

Fo some reason I thought I had replied this but apparently not. Anyhow,
extension to the charter sounds good to me.
To my understanding we resolved all the blocking issues last quarter.
If we don't see any other existing issue as v2 blocking the only
outstanding item will be the tests.
We need to make sure get each test passing on at least two browser. We set
an OKR for our team this quarter to make sure all the tests are passing in
Chrome. I'll report the result sometime mid quarter. Anyone from Mozilla or


On Wed, Jan 10, 2018 at 5:31 AM, Patrick H. Lauke <>

> On 05/01/2018 00:24, Patrick H. Lauke wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> first of all, an apology for not being around all that much over the last
>> year. As some of you know, there's been some personal/family stuff that
>> I've had to sort out, and it's meant a reshuffle of priorities over the
>> last 12 months.
>> However, as things are now slowly getting resolved, one of the things I'd
>> like to tackle is bringing all the hard work that's been put into Pointer
>> Events Level 2 so far to conclusion in a proper way.
>> Our current charter is running out at the end of this month. How would WG
>> members feel if we got an extension until July, get anything outstanding we
>> want to get into Level 2 finalised, and work towards getting it to REC?
>> Looking over GitHub, there are quite a few open issues, but it feels like
>> the majority of them cover small edge cases, clarifications, and things
>> that might possibly be handled as future/separate extensions.
>> Anyway, just wanted to hear the group's thoughts on this.
> *ping* Anybody?
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