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Re: Poll on teleconferences

From: Ari Keränen <ari.keranen@ericsson.com>
Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2015 13:49:17 -0800
Message-ID: <54DD1FDD.3090609@ericsson.com>
To: <public-wot-ig@w3.org>
Hi,

The 6PM GMT group would work for me (I'm currently based at GMT-8), 
although I am slightly concerned with the two-group approach. Will we 
have sufficient amount of members joining both calls so that the ideas 
get disseminated across the groups?

For introduction, my name is Ari Keränen, and I'm a senior researcher at 
Ericsson Research. I'm working on various Internet of Things topics, 
mostly around IP layer and focusing on communication of constrained 
devices. I'm also active at the IETF, where I chair one working group 
and contribute to various IoT working groups.

Web of things fits well to the Ericsson Networked Society vision and we 
have already a long history of working with web technologies for IoT. 
I'm personally interested in how we can extend these mechanisms to the 
most constrained devices. Also, security mechanisms for these devices 
has been high on my agenda recently.

I'm looking forward to discussing with you all what we can achieve with 
IoT and web technologies working together.


Cheers,
Ari

On 11/02/15 05:42, Léonie Watson wrote:
> Joerg Heuer wrote:
>
> “Starting with the 24^th of February every Tuesday in
>
>        Group GMT+X: the odd weeks have a call at 9 am GMT (stating with
> 24^th _February, biweekly) and
>
> Group GMT-X: the even weeks have a call at 18 pm GMT (starting with 3^rd
> of March, biweekly).
>
> …
>
> A)What do you think of the two group approach? Is it feasible?
>
> Is Tuesday acceptable? At least it avoids Monday and Friday as mentioned
> in the replies.”
>
> Tuesdays at 9am work for me.
>
> To introduce myself…
>
> My name is Léonie Watson. I’m a Senior Accessibility Engineer at The
> Paciello Group (TPG) [1]. We work with organisations around the world to
> help them make their digital products (websites, applications, apps and
> other interfaces) user-friendly for everyone.
>
> My interest in the IG is the potential the WoT has for making
> environments more accessible. The ability to connect and control things
> in different ways has huge potential for someone like myself who is
> blind, or for people who find traditional forms of interaction
> challenging. To realise this potential it is essential that the WoT
> itself is accessible, and that’s where I hope to be able to contribute
> my knowledge to this IG.
>
> Léonie.
>
> [1] http://paciellogroup.com/
>
> --
>
> Senior Accessibility Engineer, TPG
>
> @LeonieWatson @PacielloGroup
>
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