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<Julian> gsnedders, why don't you phone in from wherever you are?
<gsnedders> Julian: I don't think the other people in my office would like it, and I don't have a phone :)
<gsnedders> (Well, I have a British mobile, but I hate to think how much that costs to use whatsoeber)
<tinkster> gsnedders: if you phone the bridge in Bristol it's not too pricey.
<gsnedders> tinkster: It is, because I am not in Britain.
<tinkster> Ah. Got it.
Any action items to add to the agenda?
<scribe> scribe: ChrisWilson
<scribe> scribenick: ChrisWilson
<trackbot> ACTION-127 -- Chris Wilson to wilson +3 weeks establish process for "official WG response" to other WG's RFC on LC drafts -- due 2009-06-25 -- OPEN
<pimpbot> Title: ACTION-127 - HTML Weekly Tracker (at www.w3.org)
moving out 127 by 2 weeks...
<trackbot> ACTION-128 -- Joshue O Connor to draft @summary voting text in conjunction with PF -- due 2009-07-02 -- PENDINGREVIEW
<pimpbot> Title: ACTION-128 - HTML Weekly Tracker (at www.w3.org)
Laura: Josh was going to propose text, but we haven't seen it?
CW: reopened action-128
<trackbot> ACTION-108 -- Larry Masinter to report back on the TAG's work on versioning wrt HTML -- due 2009-07-23 -- OPEN
<pimpbot> Title: ACTION-108 - HTML Weekly Tracker (at www.w3.org)
LM: was expecting new document,
but don't have it yet.
... should push these back three weeks, post IETF.
... on uri draft: on Sunday, released updated version of the IRI document including hrefs; could be referenced by the HTML5 spec. Want WG to review that.
... this is a draft toward a generically useful reference
LM: on codec issue, what happens
when a better one comes along?
... we should address the extensibility issue
Rob: what if we had Ogg OR H.264 required?
CW: that's what I suggested in email last night...
Rob: With H.264 in hardware, it might well be necessary/expected to support anyway...
Larry: if the spec doesn't mandate, then providers have no idea what's available.
<Julian> feedback on new IRI draft -- was it considered to include the required functionality for HREF into LEIRI (which is an addition compared to RFC3987 anyway)?
LM: it seems like we're going down a path with no negotiation or discovery ability
Rob: isn't there a fallback mechanism?
... could the negotiation mechanisms apply to other areas, like object tags/imgs? This seems related to generic extensibility.
Julian: reiterates comments above
LM: it may be the differences are
minimal, but not there yet
... I wanted to show it's possible to show that it's editorially possible to combine these concepts - it's a starting point
<pimpbot> Title: Ajaxian � HTML5 Video tag implemented in Flash (at ajaxian.com)
<trackbot> ACTION-100 -- Michael(tm) Smith to add a note about issue-67 to the Status section of "HTML 5: The Markup Language" -- due 2009-05-28 -- OPEN
<pimpbot> Title: ACTION-100 - HTML Weekly Tracker (at www.w3.org)
<MikeSmith> close action-100
<trackbot> ACTION-100 Add a note about issue-67 to the Status section of "HTML 5: The Markup Language" closed
move to adjourn?
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