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[webappsec] Agenda for Teleconference, 12 Feb 2014

From: Brad Hill <hillbrad@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2014 09:00:01 -0800
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To: "public-webappsec@w3.org" <public-webappsec@w3.org>, "Frederick.Hirsch@nokia.com" <Frederick.Hirsch@nokia.com>, Rich Tibbett <rich.tibbett@gmail.com>
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16:00 - 16:03    Scribe Selection (Default -> Dan Veditz)
16:03 - 16:05    Roll Call
16:05 - 16:06    Minutes Approval

16:06 - 16:07    Agenda Bashing

16:07 - 16:08    News: New CSP 1.1. WD

16:08 - 16:10    Review of open actions in tracker

16:10 - 16:15    CSP Formal Objection


16:15 - 16:20     Processing of meta element


16:20 - 16:25     Referrer directive expressiveness


16: 25  - 16:28   child-src an popups


16:28 -  16:30   Beacon and CSP


16:30 - 16:35    Any other outstanding work on CSP 1.1 before Last Call
Working Draft?

16:35 - 17:00   The DAP Working Group  has requested some of our time to
                  the use of CORS and whitelisting, exposure of local
network IP address
                 information in URLs, caching issues etc, in their

  Editors draft:

  Issues:  http://www.w3.org/2009/dap/track/products/31

Frederick Hirsch and Rich Tibbett will be joining the call to give us an
call out top issues and give us some time to respond and discuss.

Please take a chance to review the specs before the call if you are able:

Extract from non-normative introduction text:


This specification defines the NavigatorNetworkService<
interface to enable Web pages to connect and communicate with
Local-networked Services provided over HTTP. This enables access to
services and content provided by home network devices, including the
discovery and playback of content available to those devices, both from
services such as traditional broadcast media and internet based services as
well as local services. Initial design goals and requirements provided by
the W3C Web & TV interest group<http://www.w3.org/2011/webtv/> are
documented in [hnreq<

Using this API consists of requesting a well-known service type, known by
developers and advertised by Local-networked Devices. User authorization,
where the user connects the web page to discovered services, is expected
before the web page is able to interact with any Local-networked Services.

A web page creates a request to obtain connectivity to services running in
the network by specifying a well-known discovery service type that it
wishes to interact with.



Adam Barth
Jeff Hodges
David Huang
Gopal Raghavan
Eric Rescorla
Jacob Rossi
Peleus Uhley
Neil Matatall
Mike West
Dan Veditz <--
Cory Carson
Garrett Robinson
Received on Tuesday, 11 February 2014 17:00:34 UTC

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