October 31 - November 1 2011

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Place and Time

October 31 2011, November 1 2011 in Santa Clara, California, USA. Check W3C TPAC 2011 for more details.

Agenda

The assumed times are:

October 31, 0900-1230 (3.5 hours) & 1330-1730 (4 hours) November 1, 0900-1230 (3.5 hours) & 1330-TBD

Monday Oct 31:

  • Review/feedback on IETF docs and on IETF reqs posed to W3C 1 h 45 min
    • Overview/Architecture 45 min (Harald Alvestrand)
    • Security reqs 30 min Ekr 10.00
    • Use cases and requirements 30 min (Stefan Håkansson)


  • Info about the status and plans in the DAP WG (Robin Berjon) 15-30 min @10.45
  • Discuss access control model and privacy/security aspects 1 hour (Anant Narayanan)
    • Permitting access to camera / microphone
    • Short-term vs long term permissions
    • Permissions and the user model
    • Showing that camera / microphone is in use
    • Revoking permission
  • Proposals for access to low level functions 1/2 hour (Dan Burnett)
    • Interaction between low level functions and high level functions

Lunch

  • Describe status of API proposal and stages for moving to a Rec (Dan Burnett)
  • Go through the API proposal in detail. Record outstanding issues and

problems.

    • Data streams 30 min (Justin Uberti)

Tuesday Nov 1:

    • MediaStream 2 hours (Adam Bergkvist)
      • Definition of Track and Stream
      • Immutable Stream.TrackList
      • getUserMedia
      • Recording
      • Cloning
      • Assembling tracks to a new MediaStream
    • PeerConnection 2 hours (Cullen Jennings)
      • (including SDP o/a)
      • Events
      • States
      • ....

Lunch

    • joint session Audio WG 14.00
  • Implementation status
    • Implementors tell what functions they have implemented so far, and

issues met

  • Revisit use cases to see how they can be met with the API
    • Pseudocode
    • Matching against implemented subset
    • (Possibly some “live” testing)
  • Matters arising, Any Other Business (flexible)
  • Summing up 45 min
    • Actions

TBD

Presentations

Minutes