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Fwd: Social networking task force meeting next steps

From: Jeff Jaffe <jeff@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2012 12:12:08 -0400
Message-ID: <4F8C44D8.4060808@w3.org>
To: public-socialweb@w3.org
We had our (almost) weekly task force call today.  This email summarizes 
the key items and next steps.

1. It was noted that we have not been using the mailing list.  We 
should!  So I am using it.  Please confirm that you receive this so I 
know that most of us accepted the subscription to this list.

2. Our next call will be on 23 April.  Due to some conflicts the time 
has been moved.  It will be 11AM-1PM Eastern (8AM Pacific, 5PM Central 
Pacific, 11PM China).  Especially the end of this interval is difficult 
for many, so we will try to complete in less than two hours.

3. Minutes can be found at http://www.w3.org/2012/04/16-social-minutes.html

4. We spent a fair bit of time talking about the discussion at the AC 
meeting in mid-May.  Our AC presentation will consist of:

  * An outline of the social networking block diagram and associated
  * A set of initial proposals about what work W3C should do in this
    area.  Proposals would be of two forms:
      o A scope of standardization work that perhaps should come to W3C.
      o A scope of a workshop that W3C should convene to entertain
        proposed new standards work at W3C (potentially jointly with
        some other standards group)

In the discussion, there was a sense that we may today be more prepared 
for the latter (workshop proposals) than the former (standardization 
proposals), but we'll see how things proceed over the next few weeks.  
For next week's meeting, everyone is encouraged to provide proposals.

5. The agenda for the 23 April meeting is as follows:

  * Ann and team will provide an update on the social networking block
  * Lloyd and team will provide a discussion on the narrative
    surrounding the block diagram
  * If we get any proposals for discussion at the AC meeting (either
    standard proposals or workshop proposals) we will discuss them.

Thanks, all.

Received on Monday, 16 April 2012 16:12:22 UTC

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