TAG meeting plans for tomorrow

As I've previously mentioned, due to TPAC coming right after our other F2F, 
our TAG agenda for tomorrow is very thin, and indeed I haven't bothered to 
make a formal one.

Let's meet at 9AM in whatever room is reserved for us, and discuss how we 
want to spend our time.  If there isn't a full morning of good work to do, 
we'll end early, and you'll have the option to sit in with other WGs.

I'm sending this note to the public list for a specific reason.  Usually, 
our TAG meetings are not open to observers, except by special request. 
Given the chance that our formal agenda runs short, it occurs to me that we 
might have time to late morning if anyone out there wants to make a 
last-minute proposal to meet with us for some reason (we'll also be glad to 
try and meet with people later in the week).  So, if you have something 
important you'd like to discuss with the subset of the TAG that's in Lyon 
this week, let me know.

The two things I do plan to do tomorrow are:

1) Review plans for TAG activities at TPAC week, including both technical 
and logistical discussion as appropriate

2) We'll take a crack at reviewing and maybe doing some real-time editing 
on Larry's latest MIME draft [1] (diffs at [2])

Right now, I'm quite sleepy, but if I get to it I'll review any changes in 
status of actions since the F2F.  Except for Larry's I don't think I've 
seen much.

Jonathan: awhile ago you said [3] you wanted to call in "afternoon only", 
presumably meaning afternoon Lyon time.  At this point, our first afternoon 
activity is our Thursday meeting with Alexey, but that's a day we never 
formally had a room, and I'm not sure where that will be.  Presumably, we 
could at least try laptop audio if you like.  Anyway, I've seen no phone 
requests from anyone for tomorrow.

[1] http://tools.ietf.org/id/draft-masinter-mime-web-info-01.html
[2] http://tools.ietf.org/rfcdiff?url2=draft-masinter-mime-web-info-01.txt
[3] http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Member/tag/2010Sep/0032.html

Received on Sunday, 31 October 2010 16:43:51 UTC