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As defined in its charter, the mission of the NFC Working Group is to develop a standard API for Web applications to access NFC devices.
The scope of the API work is defined in the initial Working Group Charter.
|Specification||Internal draft||Public Working draft||Stable draft (Last Call)||Implementors feedback (CR)||Standard (Rec)||Test Suite||Notes|
|NFC API||16 December 2013||14 Jan 2014||Q2 2014||Q4 2014|
Note that at the Chair's disgression, the work may be split across multiple deliverables.
See the list of current participants.
Most of our work is done via email, and teleconferences will
only be arranged on as needed basis. Our first such call will be
on 24 June 2013 at 15:00-16:00 CET (9-10am EST). The call will
be hosted on the Zakim teleconference
code TBD IRC channel
irc.w3.org port 6665
- Round table for introduction, interest, expectations
- Current draft specification status
- What's needed to move it to First Public Working Draft
- W3C Technical Plenary in November
- Plans for work on use cases and demos
- Other opportunities to draw attention to the work on the NFC API?
- Review Action Requests
- Next conf call timeframe
Please note that attendance of NFC WG teleconferences is restricted to registered WG participants and persons invited by the chairs.
On each call please register attendance in IRC using
Present+ firstName_lastNameand please update the information on which caller you are. For example, if you are noted as +1-781-555-aaaa, use
zakim, aaaa is yourHandleif you are ??P5 then use
zakim, ??P5 is yourHandle
You can obtain agenda and bridge information with /Topic at any time from within IRC.
Face to face meetings
The first F2F meeting is planned for TPAC 2013, in Shenzhen on 11-15 November 2013. Note that you will need to register and request an invitation letter for your visa application.
These are kept on the mailing list.
This group operates under the W3C Patent Policy - see its Patent Policy status for more details.