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Re: thoughts towards a draft AR WG charter

From: Jens de Smit <jens.desmit@surfnet.nl>
Date: Mon, 09 Aug 2010 16:46:44 +0200
Message-ID: <4C6014D4.5030104@surfnet.nl>
To: cperey@perey.com
CC: public-poiwg@w3.org
On 09/08/2010 15:53, Christine Perey wrote:
> hi Dan and Matt,
> 
> Thanks for carefully articulating what you see to be the challenges.
> 
> To me, Dan's post [1] makes different points but is very consistent (at
> least not at odds) with the post by Rob which followed sequentially [2]
> but was part of the thread "The Three Letters of the WG".
> 
> @All
> 
> could those on the list, including (a) those with the most W3C positions
> and (b) those with the most AR implementation experience, post what they
> feel are the strengths or weaknesses of the proposal in [2] to establish
> a Patterns of Interest (POI) WG which covers Points of Interest as a
> specific case?
> 

Hello list,

I feel I can support these ideas. I do think that, when choosing this
name, we need to spend some extra care in using and describing the WG's
goals to avoid unnecessary confusion. If we go with this name I think it
would be wise to write out the name of the WG wherever possible.
However, I like how the term "Pattern of Interest" has ties to both
geolocated AR through the abbreviation POI and to image
recognition-driven AR through the term Pattern. I think it is a decent
approximation of what the group would concern itself with.

Summary: +1

Also, I think Dan raised some interesting points on how broad the term
"POI" can be interpreted once you expand your view beyond "lat/lon/alt".
I think keeping this broad view is critical to building (and keep
building) better AR but at the same time we don't want to turn this
group into a philosophical society but instead deliver something usable
in a workable amount of time. This duality needs to be addressed in the
charter.

Regards,

Jens
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