Media & Entertainment discussion topics and issue tracking

Dear all,

The co-chairs would like to hear your suggestions for discussion topics for our monthly calls. This could be a specification in progress that you'd like to review, an update from another group (see [2] for an overview of current work), or a new topic for consideration at W3C.

I propose that we start to use our GitHub repository [1] to capture topic suggestions for discussion during our monthly calls. Each topic can be raised as a separate issue, and we will follow up on suggestions to identify presenters and scheduling.

If you have a specific web media related issue you'd like to bring to the group's attention, please also raise this using GitHub and we can follow up the discussion via the issue tracker.

We have set up automated email notifications to this mailing list for the media-and-entertainment repository, as well as for the group's two open Task Forces [3, 4].

If you do not already have a GitHub account, you can sign up for a free account at [5].

Kind regards,

Chris (Co-chair, W3C Media & Entertainment Interest Group)


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