Re: [tt] Updated draft input to the proposed revision of Timed Text WG charter

Hi all,

I think the wiki statement should go a step further and provide an
actual charter review.

The wiki currently suggests three different strategies that the W3C
could take to deal with two timed text formats:
1. development of mappings
2. develop one true timed text format
3. requirement to support both both

In contrast, the TTWG charter is a step ahead of these proposed
strategies and is proposing to go with strategy 1:
" Establish a semantic mapping between TTML and WebVTT in order to
facilitate browser implementation and market adoption."

Thus, I think we should be more clear in our review and clearly state
that we are ok with the new charter because it meets the requirements
that this group came up with given that there are two formats.



On Fri, May 31, 2013 at 3:26 AM, Pierre-Anthony Lemieux
<> wrote:
> Good morning/evening,
> Please find at [1] the output of our call earlier today -- thanks to
> Mark Vickers for the live editing.
> [1]
> Please indicate your concerns/comments on this reflector or at the
> bottom of the wiki page.
> Unless significant concerns are raised, the text is intended to be
> made available as consensus input of this group to the proposed
> revision of Timed Text WG charter.
> Best,
> -- Pierre

Received on Friday, 31 May 2013 13:22:01 UTC