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Agenda for 24 May 2004 TAG teleconference

Nearby: Teleconference details issues list (handling new issues) www-tag archive

1. Administrative (15min)

  1. Roll call.
  2. Proposed to accept the minutes of previous meetings
  3. Accept this agenda?
  4. Next meeting: 31 May 2004: UK Public holiday: Regrets SKW

1.1 Feedback from May AC Meeting and WWW 2004 in New York

  1. Comments/Observations from TAG participants at these meetings.

1.2 Future F2F Meetings

  1. 9-11 August Ottawa
  2. Proposals for F2F meeting venue in 4-6 October in Europe
  3. November AC Meeting!

1.3 TAG Charter

<meta>is there any worthwhile discussion to be had?</meta>

2. Technical (60min)

See also open actions by owner and open issues.

2.1 Completed Action Items

  1. Marking Operations Safe in WSDL

    <meta>If this was noted at the F2F then delete/skip this item</meta>

    Action SW 2004/04/26: Thank the WSDL WG for what they've done so far, ask them to explain a bit about what can go wrong, encourage them to put it in the test suite. (done)

  2. URIEquivalence-15: When are two URI variants considered equivalent?

    Action SW 2003/06/30 Track RFC2396bis where Tim Bray text has been integrated. Comment within the IETF process. (done)

  3. Others?

2.1 Possible New Issues

  1. XML 1.1 Question from XMLP-WG

2.3 Issues

<meta>could swap with web arch... pressing issues to discuss... eg. stickyness of httpRange-14 resolution</meta>

2.4 Web Architecture Document Last Call


  1. Last Call issues list (sorted by section)
  2. Annotated version of WebArch
  3. Archive of public-webarch-comments
  4. List of actions by TAG participant
  5. Additional actions
    1. Action IJ 2004/02/09: Incorporate editorial suggestions (see minutes of that meeting for details).

Actions 2004/03/15 (due 25 March?) to review sections:

The TAG does not expect to discuss issues below this line.

3. Status report on these findings

See also TAG findings

4. Other action items

Ian Jacobs for Stuart Williams and TimBL
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