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Re: Planning for TPAC

From: Olli Pettay <olli@pettay.fi>
Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2017 19:16:02 +0300
To: tink@tink.uk, "public-webapps@w3.org" <public-webapps@w3.org>
Message-ID: <7a67a826-8fba-fe66-3c67-31aba8733b03@pettay.fi>
Hi Léonie, all


given that TPAC will be hold in a country with hostile-to-humankind government, I sure some people will
skip physical attendance @TPAC this time. So, it might be good to ensure particularly good ways to attend meetings remotely.
Usually attending meetings remotely has been challenging, but perhaps there is something to do there? Video conference maybe?
(not sure which system is reliable enough. Google Hangouts tends to not work, Vidyo is quite ok, but might not be free, Skype is rather good but 
doesn't it limit the number of participants...)


br,


-Olli


On 04/04/2017 05:15 PM, Léonie Watson wrote:
> Hello WebPlat,
>
> It's time to start planning for TPAC: 6th to 10th November 2017, in Burlingame (San Francisco) California.
>
> If you'd like meeting time to discuss the spec(s) you're working on, please let us know ASAP. We need to have a basic plan figured out within the next
> 4 weeks.
>
> Please let us know:
>
> 1. Who will meet.
>
> The name of the TF and/or the name of the spec(s) you'd like to meet about.
>
> 2. Time needed.
>
> The amount of time you'd like to meet for. We'll start with quarter day blocks of time, and break it down further if we need to.
>
> 3. Number of people.
>
> The number of people likely to attend. This will obviously be a guess at this stage, but it will help us make sure we have enough space.
>
> 4. Liaisons.
>
>
> Any other WG, TF or groups that you'd like to liaise with during your meeting.
>
> 5. Meeting conflicts.
>
> Any other meetings that we should avoid conflicting with in the schedule.
>
> Thanks
> Léonie.
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