Re: Driving This Week's WPDW

Hi, Chris: If you wait until tomorrow night to select the properties, when
will the blog post get written and reviewed? J


-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Mills <>
Date: Monday, May 13, 2013 12:31 PM
To: Doug Schepers <>
Cc: WebPlatform Community <>, julee
<>, Eliot Graff <>
Subject: Re: Driving This Week's WPDW

>Thanks Doug. We'll aim for 25, and see what can be done. I am going to go
>through the list and select some properties tomorrow night. In the
>meantime, who is ok to be a coordinator this week, and who wants to join
>in as a volunteer?
>Chris Mills
>Opera Software,
>W3C Fellow, web education and
>Author of "Practical CSS3: Develop and Design" (
>On 13 May 2013, at 21:18, Doug Schepers <> wrote:
>> Hi, Chris, Julee, Eliot-
>> This week, the Google folks are busy with Google IO, and I'm preparing
>>a talk for OpenVisConf in Boston (on an topic mostly unrelated to WPD,
>>making data visualizations accessible), so I apologize that I won't be
>>very responsive this week.
>> I've asked Chris and Julee to help drive this week's WPD Wednesday.
>>Here's what I think needs to be done:
>> 1) Select a set of topics (15=25 articles) today or tomorrow
>> 2) Write a descriptive, inspirational blog post describing these
>>properties, to post on Wednesday when we announce this week's topics
>> 3) Populate the relevant pages [1][2][3] (note that Scott suggests
>>using the spreadsheet instead of the master list page, which I'm fine
>> 4) Assign Coordinators for this week
>> 5) Report on progress, and include a summary in the blog post, to build
>>and keep momentum
>> 6) (Anything else?)
>> Since several of us are gone, maybe we should only do 15 properties
>>this week?
>> [1]
>> [2] 
>> [3] 
>> Regards-
>> -Doug

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