Re: potential second F2F at W3C Technical Plenary

It's also hosted at a very expensive hotel, and it's half way round  
the world, so we won't be able to make it sadly.

- Steve

On 21 May 2009, at 22:31, Lee Feigenbaum wrote:

> In evaluating this, please take note also that the Technical Plenary  
> this year carries a $50 per person per day registration fee. ( 
>  )
> Lee
> Lee Feigenbaum wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> The W3C has decided to go forward with a Technical Plenary week on  
>> the U.S. West Coast in the first week of November.
>> We very tentatively discussed this as a potential location for our  
>> next face-to-face meeting, and I'd like to discuss it more  
>> seriously now.
>> See:
>> We're currently scheduled to meet the first 2 days of the week,  
>> Nov. 2 and Nov. 3.
>> I'd like to have an idea of who can and who can't come to this  
>> meeting as soon as we can.
>> Organizationally, I think we were all pleased with how the 2-site  
>> meeting went this last time around, but the time difference makes  
>> it pretty tough to do that again if the U.S. location is on the  
>> west coast (-08:00). Further, we're tenatively scheduled to  
>> interact with 3 other groups who will be meeting there in person:  
>> RIF, OWL, and the HCLS interest group.
>> So, please consider whether you will/would be at all able to attend  
>> in person should we have a one-site-only F2F in November. We'll  
>> discuss on Tuesday.
>> Lee

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