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RE: Combine W3C Meetings (Was: Re: Next Policy Interest

From: Flanigan, Bill <flanigab@ncr.disa.mil>
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 1997 12:26:00 -0500
Message-Id: <199711131738.MAA29517@www10.w3.org>
To: Alan Kotok <kotok@w3.org>
Cc: "'w3c-policy-ig@w3.org ' " <w3c-policy-ig@w3.org>, "'Joseph M. Reagle Jr. ' " <reagle@w3.org>, Yves Leroux <Yves.Leroux@digital.com>, "jmiller@w3.org " <jmiller@w3.org>, "w3c-ecommerce-ig@w3.org " <w3c-ecommerce-ig@w3.org>, "philipd@w3.org " <philipd@w3.org>, "w3c-dsig@w3.org " <w3c-dsig@w3.org>, "w3c-policy-ig-request@w3.org " <w3c-policy-ig-request@w3.org>, "w3c-wai-ig@w3.org " <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>, "Pasquariello, C.Joe" <pasquarc@ncr.disa.mil>, "Swatski, Leonard" <swatskil@ncr.disa.mil>, "Flanigan, Bill" <flanigab@ncr.disa.mil>
     Hello Alan,
        Here are some options you might consider:
                1.  Since the AC meeting has "highest priority," why not

     skip the IG meetings this time?
                2.  Next time (six months out), schedule the IG meetings
     that they are held AFTER the AC meetings--say the AC meets on
     and Tuesday followed by IG meetings on Wednesday and Thursday.
                3.  Hold the IG meetings this time (and, perhaps in the 
     future) via teleconferencing--I've used this for up to 20 people
     good effect.
        All of the above have one objective:  to save money for (1) W3C 
     members and (2) the W3C itself.  It's as simple as that.  
        Let's also be frank about this:  there seems to be a heck of a
     of overlap between topics, presentations, discussions, and
     at both AC and IG meetings.
     Bill Flanigan

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Subject: Re: RE: Combine W3C Meetings (Was: Re: Next Policy Interest
Author:  Alan Kotok [SMTP:kotok@w3.org]  at DISAHUB
Date:    11/13/97 12:19 AM

Bill, et al,

I have wrestled with the question of when and where to hold these
now that I am Acting leader of the T & S Domain at W3C.  I had personal
motivation to move the meetings dates, as I have another commitment
the week of the 5th.

Unfortunately, holding these meetings surrounding the AC meeting is not
something that the W3C Staff can accomodate.  This is because we feel
honing the presentations we make to the AC meeting is of the highest
priority, and we use the 2 days prior to the AC meeting to do that.

Also, we did announce the date and place for the IG meetings at the last
meetings, and we expect that some number of members made plans on that
basis.  It would be unfair to them to now change the dates or place.

I don't see a solution to this problem that would not inconvenience
planning to attend.  Do any of you?


At 12:46 PM 11/12/97 , Flanigan, Bill wrote:
>     Folks,
>        Why not combine the AC two-day meeting in January with ALL the
>     Interest Groups' (IG) meetings? 
>        Like I said earlier, two trips to/up/down the West Coast to
>     short-lived events (1-2 days each) on successive weeks in January
>     doesn't make a whole lot of sense--but it sure eats up a lot of
>     and resources.
>        Comments?
>     Bill Flanigan
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>Subject: RE: Combine W3C Meetings (Was: Re: Next Policy Interest Grou
>Author:  Yves Leroux [SMTP:Yves.Leroux@digital.com]  at DISAHUB
>Date:    11/12/97 11:48 AM
>If we combine the AC and PIG meetings, I suggest the following
>12 January 1998        P3P Protocols and Data Transport Working Group
>13 January 1998       Policy Interest Group (PIG)
>14-15 January 1998      7th Advisory Committee Meeting
>May we have facilities for the 12 and 13 January in the San Jose Area ?
Alan Kotok, Associate Chairman
World Wide Web Consortium
MIT Laboratory for Computer Science,  545 Technology Square,  Room
Cambridge, MA 02139, USA     Voice: +1-617-258-5728    Fax:
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