See also: IRC log
clarke: thanks for all your
discussion and great effort
... my first question is
... based on what we submitted
... how to follow-up?
... not sure about the traditional ways
... but reasonable to keep the current TF?
... or something else?
kaz: several possible
... including (1) extend MPTF or (2) create new TF for HTML comments, profile, etc.
clarke: we need to determine
which issues to handle
... consensus on defining option 3 on adaptive bit rate
... should we do that within this MPTF or need a new TF?
... also content protection
... and profiling
... how to deal with those three topics?
... any opinion?
markW: there is already an approach of Webkit patch
clarke: you propose a TF?
markW: that's just a source code repository
clarke: various options to handle that...
markW: would suggest we should consider inplementation
<dcorvoysier> Actually it's a bit more than just code
john: before anything is provided, prototyping is needed
jason: happy to work for prototyping
clarke: sounds like good way to
... MPTF goes for prototyping
... good approach for option 3
... what about content protection?
jason: what does "creating a TF" mean?
clarke: need a new charter,
different call slot, etc.
... want to avoid unnecessarily procedure
clarke: so we'd suggest we'll
... and discuss prototyping, content protection, etc.
... that would be most sufficient
... in that case, what should we do?
... maybe we need to create a new charter
... in that case, we should copy the current charter and create an updated one
... mentioning the new topics
dave_mays: btw, any feedback from HTML-WG?
clarke: just a usual one saying
it's now on the queue
... regarding the next week
... we'll have the CE Show
... who would not be available?
dave: not available
clarke: we can host the call from
Las Vegas next week
... any link on prototyping?
david: API is on Webkit bug
(looking for the actual link)
<dcorvoysier> This is the original post on the whatwg mailing-list http://lists.whatwg.org/htdig.cgi/whatwg-whatwg.org/2011-July/032384.html
<Clarke> Thanks, Kaz
<jasonlewis> thank for the links.
<jasonlewis> happy new year folks