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Agenda, April 28 WEBRTC teleconference - topic "charter"

From: Harald Alvestrand <harald@alvestrand.no>
Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2015 10:04:54 +0200
Message-ID: <55375626.7080002@alvestrand.no>
To: "public-webrtc@w3.org" <public-webrtc@w3.org>
Agenda for the April 28 teleconference on WebRTC chartering

Intro: Dom to present


    The formal reason why we need to recharter


    The charter changes currently in the draft


    The process for approval of charters (note: we only advise the Director)

Chairs present (10 min)


    WHAT the charter says the WG will do


    WHY it should do it


    WHEN it should do it

Invitation to position statements: Asking people to present


    WHERE in the draft they want a change


    WHAT they hope to achieve by that change


    WHY they think that’s a good idea

People should ask for slots here ahead of meeting, Friday
end-of-business CET at the latest, max 5 min, max 1 position per member
organization - if proposals can be available ahead of time, that’s good too.

Open discussion. People will be asked to state what specific changes or
passages they support, can live with, or cannot tolerate, and why. (30 min)

Proposals for changes that were not considered/presented ahead of time
MAY be ruled out of scope for the meeting - deep surgery without emailed
warning is inappropriate.

Resolution: Chairs attempt to distil from the discussion what we need to
change in the charter; the goal is to have a charter that many people
support, and that everyone can live with.

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