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HTML Media Task Force Teleconference

16 Apr 2013

Agenda

See also: IRC log

Attendees

Present
ddorwin, glenn, johnsim, markw, Bin_Hu, ReimundoGarcia, BobLund, adrianba, Aaron_Colwell, joesteele, wseltzer, acolwell
Regrets
paulc
Chair
John Simmons
Scribe
joesteele

Contents


<trackbot> Date: 16 April 2013

<ReimundoGarcia> i am aaaa

<BobLund> zakin, aagg is me

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<trackbot> Meeting: HTML Media Task Force Teleconference

<trackbot> Date: 16 April 2013

<scribe> scribe: joesteele

<ddorwin> http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-html-media/2013Apr/0042.html

Minutes

noted

ACTION items

<adrianba> ACTION-10?

<trackbot> ACTION-10 -- Adrian Bateman to discuss bug 19208 with johnsim -- due 2013-04-08 -- OPEN

<trackbot> http://www.w3.org/html/wg/media/track/actions/10

<ddorwin> https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=19208

adrianba: topic we have been discussing is the expected lifetime of the session
... we compared the levels people had for the session and the events that get fired
... in the process of writing up how we think it should work
... and how we should solve which events get fired when the key system already has a key
... receive a needkey, call createSession, key system has all the info it needs, how should it signal that to the app?
... trying to writeup that lifecycle

johnsim: including that app may require that you get a refresh of the key
... Mark you mentioned that some applications may want that
... so this is a state transition diagram. Nothing to present as yet but should have something shortly

ddorwin: new due date?

adrianba: should have something soon

<adrianba> ACTION-10 due 15 apr

<trackbot> Set ACTION-10 Discuss bug 19208 with johnsim due date to 15 apr.

<adrianba> action-10 due 22 apr

<trackbot> Set ACTION-10 Discuss bug 19208 with johnsim due date to 22 apr.

<adrianba> ACTION-11?

<trackbot> ACTION-11 -- Mark Watson to write a proposal for the case where the data is not available to the JS -- due 2013-04-02 -- OPEN

<trackbot> http://www.w3.org/html/wg/media/track/actions/11

johnsim: I see a second action for Mark as well
... move on to next agenda item?

markw: haven't done it -- not sure what it refers to
... will go back to the thread an try to determine what it means

<adrianba> i think the action makes sense in the context of the minutes

Outstanding bugs

ddorwin: we left error related ones last week, but do we want to discuss the F2F first?

+1

johnsim: do we have a mtg room? how many hours? has that been discussed?
... that will determine what we can accomplish

<acolwell> yes

johnsim: are all editors attending

ddorwin: yes

johnsim: want to get to FPWD, if we have triaged down to the bugs that must be addressed for FPWD
... we should handle those ASAP

adrianba: think we addressed all of those bugs
... we were gated on the chairs to resolve. don't think we are waiting on those

johnsim: 19208 is something that we should address - how we clarify session in the spec
... should be on the agenda

adrianba: paul was investigating whether we have a breakout space
... we have asked for 2x 90 minutes slots the afternoon of the first day
... this would be in the full meeting

johnsim: is that the right place to get into the nitty gritty?

adrianba: that is what we did in November

?1: paul said we are very tight on space

ddorwin: might want to go after some not spec-specific stuff like origin that we might get some in-the-room expertise on
... there are several like that

<ddorwin> https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=21155

<ddorwin> https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=21203

<ddorwin> https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=21569

<ddorwin> https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=20798

johnsim: it seems valuable to go into the mtg with someone owning each bug
... do you agree David?

ddorwin: definitely should have owner and know what we want to get out of each session

johnsim: definitely want to have an idea of the outcome we want. Should we discuss each of them now?

ddorwin: think we discussed each but don't remember the outcome
... I have been digging through the minutes to update each bug with our discussion -- not enough information yet

johnsim: so we should update the bugs with the remaining information from the minutes?

ddorwin: yes

johnsim: do we have concensus that these are what we should discuss?

<ddorwin> https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=21586

<adrianba> we have one session for EME and one for MSE

joesteele: should we be prepared to discuss the not-technical issues brought up?

adrianba: yes - some async discussion about giving the UA opportunity to put up permission UI, we might want to cover that in more detail in the group

<ddorwin> I believe that discussion came out of https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=20991

johnsim: Adrian were the slots requested for MSE and EME?

<adrianba> F2F -> http://www.w3.org/wiki/HTML/wg/2013-04-Agenda#Potential_Topics

adrianba: yes

<adrianba> Privacy issue -> https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=20965

johnsim: what order should we take these in?

<ddorwin> https://dvcs.w3.org/hg/html-media/raw-file/tip/encrypted-media/encrypted-media.html#error-codes

ddorwin: revisit the original list
... specific bug for MEDIA_KEYERR_CLIENT

<ddorwin> https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=16737

<ddorwin> Should MEDIA_KEYERR_CLIENT be two separate errors?

ddorwin: should be some other errors I think, do we want to make this generic? think we need a larger discussion about the errors

johnsim: have there been implementations that show these are not sufficient

<adrianba> MEDIA_KEYERR_OUTPUT (numeric value 4)There is no available output device with the required characteristics for the content protection system.

ddorwin: not sure what different between 4 and 5

+q

<adrianba> MEDIA_KEYERR_HARDWARECHANGE (numeric value 5)A hardware configuration change caused a content protection error.

johnsim: should clarify these if not clear

markw: your description of those two is correct
... MEDIA_KEYERR_HARDWARECHANGE is when outputs have changed

ddorwin: was a specific bug about how to use this?

johnsim: an action item that we had not worked on?

adrianba: bugs we took several months ago and things have changed since we took them
... we have been trying to avoid errors when we playback content, rather signal to the app that it will not get the protection it was asking for
... allow it to vary the content as a result. in general that is the approach we want to take, to avoid errors if possible.
... the other part was for debugging we find that the level of granularity will not be sufficient, so we will need a system code to allow apps to understand what is going on
... trying to understand what the balance is between generic errors and the system level codes

joesteele: my definition of MEDIA_KEYERR_HARDWARECHANGE was very different -- tied to device binding

johnsim: this is what can lead to a bad interop
... might be worth going over each error and discuss what each actually means and propose text
... in this case we may be surfacing the need for a new error code
... e.g. what joe and adrian were suggesting

ddorwin: for those of us with CDM implementations to go back to our teams and determine what errors are actually needed
... maybe using this list as a prompt
... related to this, adrians proposal to not have as many generic errors, it would be nice for apps to display a generic error.

+q

ddorwin: for example - you need a new client, or you plugged in a bad output
... application may not want to have a detailed error msg for each key system
... may want a more general error
... adrian were you thinking we would still have a general error signal?
... or not have this

s/\.\. or/... or/

adrianba: had not reached a proposal yet, might be the same event or a different one
... just that we may want an event to signal that status
... think david summarized the right question - do we need more generic errors? or is that impractical and we should relay on something system specific?

joesteele: need to focus on errors that mean something to the user

markw: yes - have something that the user can take an action for
... maybe have one more error that a system specific error has occured

johnsim: couple minutes left -- what next?
... should we adjourn?

ddorwin: I will be spending lots of time on bugs, please other editors do the same and folks who care about the bugs so we are ready

<adrianba> +1

johnsim: see you all at the F2F -- next Tuesday/Wednesday

<adrianba> thanks for chairing and scribing

Summary of Action Items

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Present: ddorwin glenn johnsim markw Bin_Hu ReimundoGarcia BobLund adrianba Aaron_Colwell joesteele wseltzer acolwell
Regrets: paulc
Agenda: http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-html-media/2013Apr/0042.html
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