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[wot-marketing] minutes - 14 November 2019

From: Kazuyuki Ashimura <ashimura@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2019 17:12:51 +0900
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also as text below.

Thanks a lot for taking the minutes, Dave!



      [1] http://www.w3.org/

                               - DRAFT -

                             WoT Marketing

14 Nov 2019


          Kaz_Ashimura, Michael_McCool, Ege_Korkan,
          Daniel_Peintner, Taki_Kamiya, David_Ezell, Dave_Raggett,
          dsr, Ryuchi_Matsukura





     * [2]Topics
         1. [3]Issue 19
         2. [4]Issue 17
         3. [5]Issue 18
         4. [6]Issue 2
         5. [7]Issue 19 (revisited)
     * [8]Summary of Action Items
     * [9]Summary of Resolutions

   <kaz> scribenick: dsr

Issue 19

   <ege> [10]https://github.com/w3c/wot-marketing/issues/19

     [10] https://github.com/w3c/wot-marketing/issues/19

   Daniel's draft email to be sent to Coralie (head of W3C comms)

   This is about finding out the MarComm Team's plans and timeline
   for the website redesign, and sharing what we are hoping to do
   for the WoT pages

   Kaz: the website redesign work is still at a very early stage,
   we should collect our suggestions for the WoT IG/WG and pass
   them on to Coralie
   ... note that once we've got a consensus about the resolution,
   the one of the co-Chairs should send it to the W3C MarComm Team

   McCool: Sebastian should take the lead on that

   Daniel: the URI is publicly available for the website redesign
   ... we should seek feedback on our plans rather than waiting
   for the website redesign to be done

   Kaz: one question is around what kinds of tools we should be
   ... My point is purely procedural, and concerns checking with
   Coralie if we can continue our discussion on the public github
   about this point
   ... probably okay, but want to hear from her first
   ... Sebastian can send his email once we hear back from
   Coralie, re use of public github pages

Issue 17

   <inserted> [11]Issue 17

     [11] https://github.com/w3c/wot-marketing/issues/17

   Ege: we may want to have a WoT twitter account
   ... It is important to reach a wider audience

   <ege> [12]https://twitter.com/csswg

     [12] https://twitter.com/csswg

   Dave asks if Ege means an account or a hashtag

   Ege: I mean an account
   ... Open question is how to open the account, not clear which
   is the best way to go

   Daniel: we should check with CSS WG for how their account was
   ... I would prefer a W3C official account

   Kaz: this would be managed by the W3C MarComm team first
   ... we can chat with the CSS group for their advice on
   practical aspects after talking with the MarComm Team

   Ege: is our contact Naomi or Coralie?

   Kaz: we can talk to Naomi and ask her to transfer our message to
   Coralie, but the Chair can send our message directly to
   w3t-comm list with the whole WoT IG/WG feedback

   Ege: I propose we bring the twitter account idea to the main
   call next Wednesday

   [no objections]

Issue 18

   [13]https://github.com/w3c/wot-marketing/issues/18 covers
   chronology of WoT standardisation

     [13] https://github.com/w3c/wot-marketing/issues/18

   with a history of important events, e.g. publication of WD,
   workshops, ...

   for use in any web page where appropriate

   Ege: I would need help if we agree to move this forward

   Taki: I agree that this would be important

   Taki offers to help Ege to fill out the list of events by year

   Dave: we should provide a brief summary for each listed event

   Ege: should we close these issues and continue the discussion
   on the template?

   Daniel: we can close issue 9

   Dave: my concern was what we need to do in the very short term

   Kaz: right. We should clarify what we want to do

   Ege: one example is the table on the WG page

   Daniel: the date of the last REC track draft is much more
   important than the FPWD

   RESOLUTION: Daniel to propose changes for W3C staff contacts to

   Dave: for the /WoT/ page we should provide a concise status for
   the IG/WG at the top
   ... I think we were requested to add the link for joining the
   IG on this page

   <kaz> kaz: +1 to add the link for joining the groups within the
   left column or the center column

   (McCool leaves

Issue 2

   <ege> [14]https://github.com/w3c/wot-marketing/issues/2

     [14] https://github.com/w3c/wot-marketing/issues/2



   Dave: we should get Michael's blog on the IG page and the main
   W3C blog

   Ege asks Dave to insert the text from the TPAC update to the
   current IG page via WordPress admin

   Dave to copy the content to the W3C blog on behalf of the IG/WG

Issue 19 (revisited)

   Daniel: is it now okay to ask Sebastian to proceed with
   gathering feedback to send to Coralie

   <Zakim> kaz, you wanted to report that Coralie is OK with
   siting the RFP document

   Kaz: yes
   ... we need to summarise the feedback from the whole IG/WG
   before sending it to MarComm

   Dave: this task force should prepare some material for the mail
   call to discuss

   Perhaps Ege could do this with Daniel's help?

   Kaz summarises the process to follow

   Another possibility is for the main call to approve devolving
   all responsibility to the marketing task force

   Ege: the Task force should be able to update the pages without
   requiring prior approval from the main call in each case

   Ege to propose agenda request for next Wednesday's main call,
   along with some supporting material


Summary of Action Items

Summary of Resolutions

    1. [16]Daniel to propose changes for W3C staff contacts to

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